The Urban Dictionary defines "Coloradon't" as meaning "Douchey things you shouldn't do in Colorado," and offers the following exchange as an example:
Trent: Hey, lets get our Akon bumpin' and get a natty ice sesh goin on a mountain somewhere.
Brock: Hella word!
(Any self respecting individual): Shut the fuck up. Coloradon't you dare do that in my state.
Here are ten more things to which Coloradans should say: Coloradon't!
Number 10: Coloradon't.... ...bitch about it being too cold one day and then complain about it being too hot the next. Number 9: Coloradon't.... ...start honking in an I-70 traffic jam when everyone else is stuck, too. Continue for more Coloradon't thinks you should never do in Colorado. Number 8: Coloradon't.... ...call people fitness Nazis while sitting on the couch eating Funions. Number 7: Coloradon't.... ...make someone's strongest memory of a Red Rocks concert you puking on them. Continue for more Coloradon't thinks you should never do in Colorado. Number 6: Coloradon't.... ...order a burrito without green chile. Number 5: Coloradon't.... ...be surprised when your license plate gets a lot of attention as you cross the state line. Continue for more Coloradon't thinks you should never do in Colorado. Number 4: Coloradon't.... ...use a shortcut when you can take the scenic route. Number 3: Coloradon't.... ...buy national when you can buy local. Continue for more Coloradon't thinks you should never do in Colorado. Number 2: Coloradon't.... ...Bogart that joint. Number 1: Coloradon't.... ...let anyone convince you there's a better state than Colorado.
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