Colorado August 22, 2016
14 Sure-Fire Ways To Make A Coloradoan Mad
As an unbiased Colorado native myself, I feel pretty confident in saying that people from Colorado are some of the coolest you will ever meet… however, like everyone else, we still have a few select things that get our blood boiling. For instance, if you want to make someone from Colorado mad, you can easily do so by:
1. Let's go ahead and begin this list by addressing the elephant in the room. We get mad if you use the term Coloradoan (like I do)...
2. ...or Coloradan.
We all feel strongly one way or another about the proper term... which do you use?
3. Look, we don't mind if you move here from California or Texas... but when you move here from California or Texas and do nothing but complain about how Colorado isn't like your home state, THEN we have a problem.
4. Speaking poorly of Peyton...
6. ...and/or the original Blake Street Bombers.
That's just blasphemy!
7. Make jokes about our legal weed...
As hi-larious as marijuana jokes are, we ask that you please spare us.
8. ...and assume we're all potheads.
Just those who live in Boulder. (Kidding, Boulder. We <3 you guys!)
9. When you take the A Line to the airport and it breaks down.
YOU JUST OPENED, A LINE! HOW DOES THIS KEEP HAPPENING?
10. Order a Bud Light.
That's just flat out flat... and disrespectful! Oh, and speaking of disrespectful...
11. Disrespecting our land.
Too often, Colorado wildfires are started by someone being careless or flat out stupid. When one person doesn't respect the land, we ALL pay the consequences.
12. Finally, nothing jags us more than slow drivers...
(Especially when said slow driver leisurely cruises through the passing lane!)
13. ...when out-of-towners actually slow down at a yellow light...
Yellow doesn't mean slow. Yellow means to GUN IT.
14. ...or when the first three cars don't speed through the newly turned red light.
It's just the Colorado way, OK?
Now that you know what makes us mad, discover the
15 Things You’ll Never Catch Anyone From Colorado Doing!
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