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Photos: Facebook friend answers to "You know you're from Colorado when...."

Last week, we shared our ten favorite item from the You know you're from Colorado When Tumblr. When we shared the post on the Westword Facebook page, we asked for your favorite ways to complete this sentence -- and you definitely came through. In fact, many of your answers were arguably better than those in the first batch. Look below to check out our choices for the cream of the crop. Number 10: Alone in a crowd "You're surrounded by 70 percent of people that didn't grow up here." Number 9: Formal wear "Dressing up is putting on the expensive fleece." Continue for more of our Facebook friend answers to "You know you're from Colorado when...." Number 8: Green with envy "When you add green chile to your cheesesteak." Number 7: A wheel dilemma "When you see a Subaru with a mountain bike on top that's more expensive than the Subaru." Continue for more of our Facebook friend answers to "You know you're from Colorado when...." Number 6: They never go out of style "When your closet is filled mostly with orange and blue clothes!!" Number 5: It's the end of the world as I know it, and I feel terrible "When your real Y2K fear was running out of Celestial Seasonings tea and organic trail mix." Continue for more of our Facebook friend answers to "You know you're from Colorado when...." Number 4: Venti or grande? "You know what is on the dispensary menu and not Starbucks." Number 3: The pause that refreshes "You say, 'I'll have a pop' instead of soda or Coke." Continue for more of our Facebook friend answers to "You know you're from Colorado when...." Number 2: Workout on aisle seven "You wear your sports gear to the grocery store. Preferably Patagonia ;)." Number 1: 365 degrees of gorgeous "When you can't resist thinking, 'Damn, that's beautiful' in every direction you look. #milehightillIdie."

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