20 Ways You Know You Grew Up In East Cobb
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20 Ways You Know You Grew Up In East Cobb

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20 Ways You Know You Grew Up In East Cobb

1. You hung out at the East Cobb Avenue in middle school every single weekend.

2. You can't go to Target without seeing at least ten people you know.

3. Three words. Biscuits and More.

4. You went to Waffle House after Friday night football games like it was your religion.

5. You're secretly excited when the Johnny Depp impersonator is at Merchant's Walk.

6. Trying to get Chick-fil-A after school is like trying to win the Hunger Games.

7. You were way too excited when Dick's Sporting Goods finally opened after years of rumors.

8. You take the Walton, Pope, Lassiter, and Wheeler rivalry very seriously.

9. You can't leave your house without seeing a Jeep Wrangler.

10. You've probably been to Destin or Seaside at least once on Spring Break.

11. You know at least one person who works at Cold Stone Creamery.

12. You've hoped that Justin Bieber will be at Fuji Hana while you're there for dinner.

13. You've struggled to find parking at Suburban Tap.

14. You've tried trick-or-treating in Indian Hills, until you realized you weren't built for mountain climbing.

15. You did at least one Blake Cooper Productions show as a kid.

16. You've been to a birthday party at Fuji Hana.

17. You have a love/hate relationship with how much time you've spent at East Cobb Park.

18. As a kid, you dreamed that you would someday own the "swan house" on Lower Roswell Road.

19.You constantly complain about how there's absolutely nothing to do in East Cobb.

20. You wouldn't have wanted to grow up anywhere else.

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