You have 10 seconds to prove youre a Colorodian.
I always bring a jacket with me for this bi-polar weather.
>Shopping at King soopers when
>ATTENDANT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED TO ASSIST YOU
>can't tell if cop behind me or ski-rack
>watching sunsets over Pike's peak
>Motherfucking Dealin' Doug
I'm a 36-year old native Coloradoan and I've been bandwagoning the Cowboys since Peyton Manning was signed to the Donkeys. Douglas County was better when it was prairie and rattlesnakes.
I haven't been down there for a few years, have they finally finished all the shitty roadwork on 24 and I-25 down there? (Haha just kidding I know they haven't, Colorado highways suck ass and always have, thanks Dick Lamm and Roman Roy, you fucksticks!)
Calm down friend, what's with the hate? We western flyover bros gotta stick together. I'm sorry Colorado has gotten a bunch of transplant fucks and has turned into a left-leaning blue state instead of the master-race purple swing state it used to be, but there is still hope.
Back in the days before King Soopers was bought by Kroger were great.
This is legitimate. By the way, you should kill yourself at the first convenient opportunity, thanks.
I consider it so myself, I like Wyoming bros in general. And if the Front Range Urban Corridor is the primary "big city" region for you then it makes sense.
i live in the springs. i wouldn't ever want to boast about it, or try and prove it to anyone.
that should prove I'm from Colorado.
and if that does not suffice, Odell IPA is my favorite beer. Storybook & Nano 108 are my favorite breweries. i don't smoke weed because i am not a degenerate. i actually root for that shitstain of a franchise run by the Monforts.
i got into baseball because of the 2007 run.
also if you don't support your local teams, you are scum
Utah bro here and bug Broncos fan. So me and my buds are always Driving down to Denver and there seems to be a trippy little amusement park right in the city? Is it actually worth going to in the summer to kill time or is it shit?
The zoo down their is legit btw abd way cooler than Utah's. Well as cool as a zoo can be I guess.
If you've never been to Biker Jim's, then you're a faggot.
Also, Avery is the god-tier brewery.
>captcha: Select all of the images with mountains in them
>mfw some captcha said a hill was a mountain near me
I used to live there. The Springs is the shit. It could be much worse. Ever heard of Wichita Falls, Texas? My guess is no. The Springs is the absolute shit. Had to move to Texas for work.
>not supporting your local FC
casa bonita fucking sucks. so many out of towners have talked about it because of that south park episode, but honestly, the food is total shit. it's in a shit part of town. you expect so much and even as a kid i was let down.
those sopapillas are bretty good tho
Lived in the Springs for half of my life
Recently moved to Texas for work
>tfw flat as fuck for hundreds of miles
>tfw uncultured as fuck
>tfw I miss my beer, mountains, friends, and generally nice people
Dude. All they have here is piss. There is not one local brewery for over 200 fucking miles. This is my personal hell. Texas beer sucks ass.
Except for Shinerbock. That's ok. That and all of the girls are fucking retarded, fat, ugly, ignorant, uncultured fucks.
breckenridge is my personal favorite
oh yeah, no question the food is garbage. imo it's like our version of disneyland. you go there as a kid and it's this huge thing that you can't wait to go back to. then you go as an adult and you realize it's just decorations and no substance
i guess i always imagined texas as being like colorado, except without the snow and mountains but with girls in cutoffs and cowboy hats. you're telling me that isn't the case?
the springs is conservative as shit, so i didn't think it could really be any worse as far as that goes.
Dude, it is not one bit like Colorado. STEER CLEAR OF THIS SHIT HOLE.
All of the girls (and men) are fat pieces of ignorant shit. Low level education, etc. It's like the deep south.
It's like 100x more conservative than the Springs.
This is hell.
My first Broncos game was last one against the Bengals and I had a blast even though I underdressed and froze the whole game. There was a bunch of Bengals fans we were talking shit with the whole game behind us. It ended well.
While I agree, that's pretty brave. Lakeside is ghetto as fuck and the newest ride they have is probably 30 years old. Although I haven't given Elitch's a fair shake in recent years (old Elitch Gardens in north Denver was top-tier though, great place).
It was Elitch Gardens originally in North Denver (38th Avenue and Tennyson IIRC), in the mid 90s when the railyards downtown were being dismantled for urban renewal, they bought a big chunk of land and set up shop there (Pepsi Center was built around the same time). Then couple years later Six Flags bought majority share and it became a Six Flags branded park for awhile, few years back I dunno if Six Flags opted out or if local influence wanted control back, so it's independent again.
To be fair, Casa Bonita was never known for it's food. The soapapillas are alright. But it's basically the atmosphere, although the schtick of that place is very dated (it's heyday was basically the 70s and 80s, to give you an idea). It's just generally a unique place, it was like one of those old supper clubs from way back; have a meal and a show, but thrown in a miniature indoor amusement park.
If you're over the age of 12 and don't have children of your own, there isn't much reason to go to Casa Bonita, though. Great place for children, even still with 2/3s of it's shows and attractions closed.
I know that the only two recognized demonyms are Coloradan and Coloradoan.
>Tfw Hoosier transplant to CO
>tfw contributing to the transplant problem that drives natives bonkers
Lol get fucked, I'm staying here
Really native Coloradoans don't care if you're not an arrogant fuckstick being a carpetbagger.
Although I think a big problem will be water supply in the future if this growth continues so much. Most people are from areas that aren't essentially deserts and don't think about it, and while a lot of Colorado Communities have managed their water supply decently, many have not; and water rights are fucked up, and a ton of water has to be let go to go downstream (especially from the Colorado, but also with the eastern rivers too).
Now you have a friend in the diamond business: The Shane Company. Located one-half mile east off of I-25 and Arapahoe Road or in Westminster off of Highway 36 and 104th. Open weekdays till 8, Saturday and Sunday till 5. Online at ShaneCo.com.
Went to the Nuggets game tonight. Got some 10th row seats for $20 from a scalper outside Brooklyns. Felt like I had the whole Pepsi Center to myself.
>tfw when the Monforts spend more money on a bar than their own pitching staff
Will the Broncos bros accept me? I'm from Carolina. Not going for the Panthers, always supporting Denver Broncos!
Implying Commerce City doesn't smell just as bad or worse because it has a sewage plant a refinery and a dump within a couple of miles of each other.
Does Longmont still reek?
I'm in Nodak now getting paid frack bucks.
Sure do miss those glorious mountains and Beau Jo's pizza.
I remember when the chapel hills and citadel mall weren't full of meth users from around the country
I remember when people liked the Avalanche
I recognize that the state is going downhill rapidly
I'm a native Colorodian mate, born in downtown Colorado, I went to school in Colorado and grew up in Colorado. My dad supported Colorado and I used to go to games with him where we would cheer on Colorado. I've gone to Colorado games all my life and always supported Colorado.
COLORADO TILL I DIE MUSH
>hurr durr we love in da most beautiful place evar.
>so let's cover it in sprawl
>full of white neckbeards who pretend to snowboard and be "climbers"
>full of liberal 420blaze it skum
>full of "creative class" millenial trash
It is literally Baja Seattle
Montana is the shit. I was born and raised in Denver, but went to college in Bozeman. Montana is what Colorado was 25 years ago before all the shitty Californians jumped on the bandwagon and started moving out here in waves.