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Ten Things No One From Boulder Ever Says

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A couple of months back, we shared the top ten things no one from Denver ever says -- like, for example, "I'd rather have a PBR instead of a craft beer."

Now, it's Boulder turn. Continue for our photo-illustrated list of ten things no one from Boulder ever says.

See also: Ten Things No One From Denver Ever Says

Number 10: Everyone is so conservative. Number 9: I don't know any stoners. Continue to keep counting down our list of ten things no one from Boulder ever says. Number 8: I can't remember the last time I saw a bicyclist on the road. Number 7: Just throw that trash out the window. No one will mind. Continue to keep counting down our list of ten things no one from Boulder ever says. Number 6: There are no good places to see music around here. Number 5: I can understand why someone might want to go to CSU. Continue to keep counting down our list of ten things no one from Boulder ever says. Number 4: I get tired of everything looking so beautiful. Number 3: There are a lot of mascots better than Ralphie. Continue to keep counting down our list of ten things no one from Boulder ever says. Number 2: This town needs to go on a diet. Number 1: I wish I lived somewhere else.

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