Tell me where you’re from without actually telling me where you’re from.
Does that sound like the beginning of a fun game, or what?
You know it!
How would you describe where you’re from without actually saying it?
Check it out what AskReddit users had to say.
1. Name the city.
And Churchill Downs.”
2. Don’t ask me…
“A statue of a slave owner getting thrown into the harbour, street art and Drum and Bass/Trip Hop.
Also a really amazing bridge and ship!”
3. The last one gave it away, I think.
“We are a team of 5 million.
We have the same name for our people, our national bird, and national fruit.
Lord of the Rings.”
4. Where’s the gold?!?!
He lives in a tree and appears to only be visible to intoxicated individuals.”
5. Gotta be Pennsylvania.
“Cheesesteaks and the Amish.
And coal country.”
6. Now I’m hungry.
If you are from the city, you’ll understand, but outsiders probably have no idea about the level it is at.”
7. Sounds nice.
“Huge potatoes and onions.
And camping, lots of camping around here.”
8. Daytona, baby.
“Was a very popular spring break town in the 1980s and 1990s.
They have a big motorcycle event on the beach every year.”
9. You know…
“I’m not actually sure what we’re known for.
Nelson Mandela, apartheid, Trevor Noah, basically zero terrorism.”
10. Party time!
“Samba, soccer and the beach.
That’s an easy one, right?”
11. Where could it be?
“Being home to some of the most stupid, entitled, and all-around sh**ty human beings the world has to offer.”
12. No cheating!
“Tea, lots and lots of tea.
And oh yeah, Asia’s oldest oil well.”
13. You know it and you love it.
“Alligators, lightening, and a man who does some pretty stupid s**t and makes headlines.”
14. The great outdoors.
“The variety of ecosystems I guess.
To the north is mountains, to the south east is beach, in the middle is rivers and a few large lakes and a national swamp.”
“Our Chinese food restaurants all serve a special “pink sauce” that is from a Chinese/American food restaurant that closed down many years ago.
The residents in our area were so in love with the sauce that after the restaurant closed a local resident wrote the news paper to get the recipe. After some detective work the secret recipe was shared publicly.
Now most of the local Chinese food places here carry the pink sauce. It’s has a tangy sweet flavor, and I’ve never seen it served outside of our area.”
Now you do the same!
And do it in the comments!
And do it NOW!