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10 Things Washingtonians Know To Be True

One does not simply throw something away.

10 Things Washingtonians Know To Be True
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Being from Washington State means you thrive on rain, Starbucks, and Dick's burgers. Plus, you know that Washington is hands down the best state out there. Here are the 10 things all Washingtonians know to be true.

1. The rain will not kill you

It's water people, not lava.

2. A real hike means you get lost in nature

In real nature, you don't hear anything but the world around you.

3. Recycling is a religion

One does not simply throw something away.

5. Tap water and bottled water are the same

Tap water in Washington is incredibly fresh.

6. If you're not a Coug or a Husky are you even a College football fan?

Huck the Fuskies?

7. Dick's is not just a sporting goods store

It's also the place where dreams come true.

8. If the weather gets above 60 degrees, the shorts are coming out

Woo! Summer!

9. Washington Fall is the best Fall

I mean, just look at that photo.

10. There's no place that compares to Washington

I'm ready to go home now.

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