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"You Know You're From COLORADO If" Punchlines, Urban Dictionary Edition

Over the years, we've had a lot of fun sharing collections of "You Know You're From Colorado If" punchlines.

And our latest comes with the Urban Dictionary seal of approval.

Type the word "Colorado" into the site's search field, and the first thing that comes up at this writing is a definition that consists entirely of lines that complete "you know you're from Colorado" thoughts.

We picked, ranked and photo illustrated our fifteen favorites. Enjoy them below.

Number 15: You know you’re from COLORADO if:

It snows 5 inches and you don't expect school to be cancelled.

Number 14: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

You'll wear flip flops every day of the year, regardless of temperature.

Number 13: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

You have no accent at all, but can hear other people’s. And then you make fun of them.

Number 12: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

"Humid" is over 25%.

Number 11: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

Your sense of direction is: Toward the mountains and Away from the mountains.

Number 10: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

You say 'the interstate' and everybody knows which one.

Number 9: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

You think that May is a totally normal month for a blizzard.

Number 8: You know you’re from COLORADO if: 

You don't think Coors beer is that big a deal.

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