10 Signs You Grew Up In A Small Town
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10 Signs You Grew Up In A Small Town

Tell me you live in a small town without saying you live in a small town.

10 Signs You Grew Up In A Small Town

1. You have to describe where you're from by naming its distance from a major city.

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2. Going to Target and driving around with friends is practically all you do.

You may have almost died from your best friend's driving once or twice, but it is fine. :)

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3. You love the scenery but you're sick of seeing it at the same time.

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4. A trip to the grocery store can take all day.

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5. You're constantly running into people you know while you're out in public. It is never avoidable.

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6. You always give a geography lesson after meeting new people because they've never heard of where you're from.

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7. You live in an area that can be considered both rural and suburban.

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8. You desire a college far from home and want to live in a city one day.

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9. High school football is a huge deal for your town.

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10. Country roads literally take you home.


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