If you’re from Kansas, you’ve probably heard all of the usual jokes. You also know something that no one else does; there are perks to being from the Midwest, but there are also plenty of downsides. These are the 20 signs you grew up in Kansas!
No I didn’t follow the yellow brick road to get here. No I don’t have a dog named Toto. At least be original.
“Do you live on a farm?” “Do you eat a lot of corn?” “Have you experienced a tornado?” “Are there malls in Kansas?”
You’re used to people randomly smiling or waving at you on that sidewalk so when you go to the east coast and see everyone’s RBF, you can’t help but feel like an alien.
Excuse me, what is public transportation?
Corn, corn, corn, and more corn.
Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, Topeka or a cider mill?
RIP to your curly haired friends.
How do you beat the aesthetic of eating in the parking lot, being served by people on roller skates working at a fast food restaurant, and over a thousand drink options? You just can’t.
No, I do not say ‘apple’ weirdly.
We’re not talking about dog food! Educate yourselves!
Our pride and joy is burnt ends.
Because waiting in a concrete warehouse for several hours is exactly how I want to spend my morning.
IT IS A LEGITIMATE INFESTATION. THEY ARE NOT CUTE. THEY’RE EVERYWHERE.
You might as well have just sleep in your basement.
“Why are you smiling so much?”
Who doesn’t want a toy train to bring them their food?
Blake Shelton? Tim McGraw? Miranda Lambert? You bet.
It’s hard to understand its charm when you haven’t lived there. So even though your friends will never want to see where you grew up, you know deep down that there’s “no place like home”.
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