California girls are tough—they have to be because they need to know how to deal with droughts, earthquakes, and the constant complaining of people from other states who (for some reason) are forced to live in LA or San Francisco, and must express how much California and its residents, suck on a semi-regular basis.California women aren’t into competing about which state is the best—it's pretty pointless. California is so many different things that there’s constant talk of dividing it up into as many as 6 different states— that's like having a state for every different mood you're in.Every other person you meet in Southern California has their own webseries and they constantly want you to watch it.Some of these webseries are great and are fun to watch, others not so much.You love your state, and that’s cool, California girls just can’t imagine living anywhere else. I feel depressed today, think I'll go to the state of Emo-California.The word hella is used by No Cal peeps whereas the classic like definitely has its roots in the San Fernando Valley.There must be something special about California to inspire so much music.Californians try to spend as much time outside as possible, so many classes, movies and concerts are held outdoors, not to mention all the sex that people have in great outdoors. Everybody has to have their own shopping bags, since in many parts of the state, stores aren't allowed to give out plastic bags.
Remember the next time you hear someone says "She's so California," that it's a good thing.
Burritos are our mothers, brothers, sisters, and best friends, and this goes for 5. And if you give us shit for using the word hella, we're gonna hella walk right out of your life. You might buy a bikini for vacation but we buy them because it's Tuesday and we can wear it as a top. Northern California hates Southern California but Southern California DGAF about Northern California and actually thinks it's rather lovely.
(Just don't forget a jacket, mittens, a scarf, and your wooliest hat.) (And maybe some rain boots, depending on the fog situation.) 2. When I moved from California to NYC for college, the coffee cart guy told me to "go away" after I said, "Have a nice day! " to a woman in Washington Square Park and she responded with, "What do you want? " because I'm from California and that's what we do. We love burritos and will eat them for every meal if given the chance. We own more bathing suits than is necessary or healthy.
Beaches just aren't their thing; just like how mountains aren't for everybody, and some people hate camping so much that they don't even enjoy glamping.
It's ridiculous to think that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are representative of everybody who lives in California in the same way that The Real Housewives of Atlanta isn't a cross section of everybody who lives in Georgia.