Ok, I just went through all the Arizona things, and hell, all of them are terrible! You can't base all your knowledge on stereotypes! And nobody better f*cking say "Oh I've been to Arizona. We just moved there and now we're leaving cause it's too stupid!" Cause I have news for you, IT'S NOT STUPID! U ARE! How long have you been here? Were you here for two weeks? Two months? Two years??? I've been here for my entire life. I've been to almost half the other states, and I would choose Arizona over any of them. So here's my definition of Arizona. The REAL definition.
Arizona - The Grand Canyon State. State Flower - Saguaro Cactus Blossom. State Bird - Cactus Wren. the only place in the world you can find a saguaro cactus. (Which is why we take price in it) Coyote, Javelena, Horney Toads, Diamondback Rattlesnakes and many more very unique creatures have made Arizona there home. The cacti that are rooted here have many varieties including saguaro, prickly pear, barrel, jumping, organ pipe, and yucca. We have high taxes, but a LOT of other states do to. Do the math; NEW PRESIDENTS, MORE MONEY FOR OLD ONE!!! Most beautiful sunsets you have EVER seen! (Even northern Arizonans can relate.) Some of the best Mexican food in the country! (And no, Taco Bell does not count as Mexican food stupid mid-country people who say, "Hey, lets go for Mexican food!" And than go to Taco Bell.) Arizonans know the most Spanish than you! We can pronounce all the cacti I named earlier, and many more. No, not every resteraunt starts with ,"El," or ,"Los." We are immune to heat. Yes it's going to get hot here. We get some of the longest daylight hours in the country. This is why pilots from all around the country come here to practice for air shows. (Sorry you mid-country people. You kinda overlooked that fact!) We get to see planes of all different sorts fly here. (At least in Tucson. Sorry other cities! I'm just saying what i am for proof that our state is better than anyone else says it is!) So what if Tucson and Phoenix have heat problems in the summer??? Flagstaff and other northern cities in Arizona get visited for skiing in the winter! And many people visit our state for winter because they don't want to freeze in their own states. (So who's better??? The states who can't stay in there own states for winter cause it's too cold? Or the people who can suck it up in 125* weather in the summer???) Walk up to someone in Arizona and say Tucson. I will promise you will get either a clueless look cause they have no idea where tuCson is, laughed at cause there is no city named tuCson, or corrected because the "C" is silent. If you tried to last the rest of your life in the hot sun, you would be a little timid in the cold cold weather too. Just like if you grew up in the cold cold weather, (Like everybody leaves there states from,) and walk into Arizona, (Somewhere like Tucson or Phoenix. Or the Grand Canyon. or something like them. Hot I mean,) you would be cold. That is why we don't like the cold. because we live in the hot. Even people upstate know how to handle heat. they know how to handle the cold better than us, but they still know how to handle the heat. We may not have snow in hotter places in Arizona, but we have criosote bushes. if you ever smell a wet criosote, than you will know why I am letting you about this. They smell better than the rain. After a monsoon in the summer, (Hot rain,) the entire place smells like criosote. it is amazing. (Didn't know THAT did you mid-country people???)
This is the Arizona I have grown up in. this is the Arizona I love. This is the arizona that people less knowledgealbe about the heat than us keep making fun off. Do you want us to find out everything that's wrong with your states and make fun of them??? NO!!! So please stop making fun of our beautiful state. And if you can't suck up the heat, don't diss those who can.
xXHotArizonaGirlXx: Hey, I need a really good place to eat. We're thinking Mexican. Or maybe pizza? Can you help me think of a great place?
-SUPERMAN-: If you want Mexican, than you should go to El Sur. But it just started charging for totilla chips, so maybe not. Or you could go to that one place in Tucson Estates. But you probnably don't want to go out that far. And in this heat??? No. i think you should go to Brooklen's Pizza Company on 6th avenue. you know, where they have the street fair every year? Or maybe Magpies. It's also on 6th avenue.
xXHotArizonaGirlXx: Yeah. Ok, I'll take your word for it! Brooklen's sounds good right now!
xXSkiiChampXx: I can't WAIT until the ski lodge opens this year! I mean, i have everything ready!
+Slow_On_The_Slopes+: I know! I have new ski gear ready and EVERYTHING!!! I'm so excited. I'm gonna go make a snowman. Hey, u wanna come over??? We could make one of Mrs. Gardner!
xXSkiiChampXx: HELL YA!!!!! Ooo, can I bring some abnormally large rocks and we could see which one would make a better mole!
+Slow_On_The_Slopes+: Ya! My mom is making cocoa. See you here!
Arizona - It's the devil's playgroundmore...
The devil wanted a place on earth, sort of a summer home, a place to spend his vacation, whenever he wanted to roam.
So he picked out Arizona, a place both wretched and rough, where the climate was to his liking, and the cowboys hardened and tough.
He dried up the lakes in the valley, then burned and scorched it all, He dried up the streams in the canyons, and ordered no rain to fall.
Then over this barren desert, he transplanted shrubs from Hell, the cactus thistle and prickly pear, the climate suited them well.
Now the home was much to his liking, but animal life he had none, so he created crawling creatures, that all mankind would shun.
First he made the rattlesnake, with its forked poisonous tongue, taught it to strike and rattle, and how to shallow its young.
Then he made scorpions and lizards, and the ugly old horned toad, he placed spiders of every description, under the rocks by the side of the road.
Then he ordered the sun to shine hotter, hotter and hotter still, until even the cactus wilted, and the old horned toads looked ill.
Then he gazed on his earthly kingdom, as any creator would, he chuckled a little, rolled up his sleeves, and admitted it was good.
T'was summer now and Satan, lay by a prickly pear to rest, the sweat rolled off his sweaty brow, so he took off his coat and vest.
"By golly", he finally panted, "I did my job to well, I'm going back ...
You know you live in Arizona when:more...
You buy salsa by the gallon.
All of your out-of-state friends start to visit after October but clear out come the end of April.
You think someone driving while wearing oven mitts is clever.
Most of the restaurants in your town have the first name "El" or "Los."
You think six tons of crushed rock makes a beautiful yard.
You notice your car overheating before you drive it.
Your house is made of stucco and has a red clay tile roof.
You can say Hohokam(?Hohokam (HO-ho-ko'm) and people don't think you're laughing funny.
You no longer associate bridges or rivers with water.
You see more irrigation water on the street than there is in the Salt River.
You know a swamp cooler is not a happy hour drink.
You can say 120 degrees without fainting.
Every other vehicle is a 4x4.
You can be in the snow, and then drive for an hour and it will be more than 100 degrees.
Vehicles with open windows have the right-of-way in the summer.
You have to go to a fake beach for some fake waves.
People break out coats when the temperature drops below 70.
You discover, in July, it only takes two fingers to drive your car.
The pool can be warmer than you are.
You can make sun tea instantly.
People will drive over 100 miles just to see snow.
You run your air conditioner in the middle of winter so you can use your fireplace.
Most people will not drink tap water unless they are under dire conditions.
People with black cars or...
The only state where you can see asphalt in its liquid phase.
"Dude why'd you just jump back like that?"
"Sorry, I tried opening the car door. Gotta love Arizona."
Word used to signify defiance. This is seen in the sudden popularity of products with the word 'Arizona' on them. Having nothing to do with immigration necessarily, just opposition to federal government interference. This is used synonymously with 'resistance' and 'states rights'. To be seen with Arizona means you stand with anyone who believes the federal government has become too powerful.
First man to another man wearing 'Arizona' T-shirt.
What do you think of president Obama and Congress?
2nd man - "I like Arizona" "Nuff said"
First man nods.
The Grand Canyon State. Arizona lies in the southwest region of the U.S., in the middle of the Sonoran Desert. As a result, Arizona is known for its oppressive summer heat, dryness and strong sunshine. Arizona is also home to the Grand Canyon and the most golf courses and resorts of pretty much anywhere else. Phoenix is the capital and largest city, and 5th largest city in the US. About 6-million-plus people live in this already overpopulated state--most of whom need to move back where they came from--as the influx has hurt the quality of life.
Arizona is known for the the desert, cactus, heat, sunshine, golf, resorts and migrant labor.
A strain of hydroponic marijuana. Sometimes confused with kush because of the red veins in it. Much cheaper than most strains of equal potency, so it is often chopped and mixed with ditch weed, to give the crappy weed the appearance of actual smokable stuff.
Ironically, Arizona is more popular in California than Arizona.
Ay roll dat AZ up bruh, I'm outta kush.
My bad mann, Im outta Arizona. All I got is chronic.
The best state in the country to live in if you want to avoid natural disasters and horrible weather. There are parts of the state where it doesn't go above 100 in the summer and it doesn't go below 20 in the winter. The only bad weather you have to worry about is a bad thunderstorm with strong wind. There are no earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes etc...
California has earthquakes. The midwest has floods and massive tornados. The southeastern states have hurricanes. The midwest, northwest, and northeastern states are below freezing all winter long. Many have summers with 75-90% muggy and oppressive humidity. Arizona has great weather all year round and is not prone to any type of natural disaster.