A county in Kansas where wanna-be's who have no other claim to fame try to impress others by saying, "I'm from Johnson County". Makes no difference whatsoever that the person may be poor as crap or redneck as anything, they think that being from JOCO is the be-all-end-all. Maybe one day they will realize they are still from KANSAS!!!
I'm uneducated, don't have a pot to pee in, but I'm from Johnson County Kansas. Be impressed.
I live in Johnson County Kansas. I am a loser and have to tell people where I live in hopes of impressing them.
The classy, highest scale county in Kansas climbing the top 25 Richest Counties in the country and home to the 4th richest city as judged by the US Census Bureau. Commonly refered to as the OC of the midwest. Otherwise known as the county to get to for selling Girl Scout cookies, candy bars or go trick-or-treating on Halloween. Aside from it's richest reigning in cities like Overland Park, Lenexa or Shawnee Mission. Johnson County also holds a few ordinary middle class burbs such as Roeland Park, Olathe and Desoto.
Sam and Meghann are so lucky to live in Johnson County Kansas. They must've gotten rich after graduation. I mean I don't know which is worse, Sheena and Sal living in Jackson County or us just moving to Wyandotte aka the DOTT!
Johnson County, Kansas, is the wealthiest county in the state of Kansas, and the 31st most wealthy county in the US with a median household income ranging in the mid $60,000s. According to the 2010 US Census, Johnson County had a population of 544,179. Grouped together, Johnson County is the largest population in the state of Kansas.
Three cities in the county ranked among CNN/Money Magazine's Top 100 Places to live, with Overland Park ranking ninth, Olathe 11th, and Shawnee 39th.
The two richest cities in the county are Mission Hills and Leawood. Mission Hills' average median household income was $188,821 in 2007, while Leawood's was just over $117,000.
To the rest of Kansas, Johnson County is known as the snobbiest part of the state. The county has strong republican roots, and is home to many of the wealthiest people in Kansas City. With a 20.6% population increase from 2000-2010, one can imagine the county will only continue to grow in the years to come.
The three items that best symbolize Johnson County would be: George W. Bush, large SUVS, and Polo Ralph Lauren.
Person 1: Hot, rich, republican...
Person 2: She must be from Johnson County Kansas.