1. A highly populated urban county in California
that makes up part of the Greater Los Angeles
Metropolitian Area. This county is known for is wealth and conservative politics however unlike what you see on TV, Orange County is 70% illegal aliens, 20% asians, and 9% rich faux conservative whites and 1% black.
2. An urban county in Central Florida
where the city of Orlando
is located, much better than the one in California
3. A redneck
county in south Texas thats full of KKK
members. Right next to Jasper
Disneyland and Disney World are both in Orange County.
I hate Orange County it is just like Mexico
There are a lot of KKK members in Orange County.
A county in southern california that is mistaken to be all rich,white people.Everybody there is not rich and spoiled.
OMG ASHLEY MY COUSIN IS FROM ORANGE COUNTY AND SHE'S LIKE "IT'S NOT LIKE THE SHOW AT ALL" OMG SHE'S SUCH A LIAR!
A uptopian paradise in California where Amusement parks, Asians, Ice cream lovers and Soccer moms coincide and live with eachother in peace and harmony.
Orange county may be expensive, but its a fun place once you get to live there.
A Southern California county that is often mistaken for being a part of Los Angeles
, but it's not.
Man #1: I've been living in LA my whole life, man!
Man #2: Anaheim!!!
One of the safest counties in the country with atleast three cities that consistently make the yearly top ten of safest cities in America (usually Irvine, Mission Viejo, and Lake Forest).
Also, the best Mexican food in California can be found in Santa Ana. And the best Vietnamese food outside of Vietnam can be found in Little Saigon of Westminster.
"Why can't I get a decent slice of pizza in Orange County," says provincial New Yorker.
"For the same reason I can't get decent Mexican in NYC!", says proud Orange Countian.
A county in southern California that no one even knew existed until the atrociously bad written and unrealistic show, The OC, came out in 2002. Usually divided into two parts by residents: North and South. The North is not 'ghetto', and the South is not the 'extremely rich, plush side.' I live in Aliso Viejo (South county), where the average income is somewhere around 80,000.
There are places like Coto de Caza where the annoying CEOs live, but a majority of people living in Orange County don't have that much money..it all goes to their rent or mortgage, so even if they have a higher level job, once they pay the bills there isn't much left (an example of which I can attest wholeheartedly to).
Orange County is a bubble, once you look past the gangs in both counties, as a great deal of it is master-planned and gives you the feeling of never stepping into reality.
Annoying idiot: Omg, in Orange County, North is so ghetto and South is so full of richies!
North person: ..No. How can it be ghetto when it still costs so much to live here? What, is it 'the ghetto life of a car designer'?
South person: I don't think so. South county isn't just comrpised of the used-to-be-artsy, now-super-expensive Laguna Beach or Coto de Caza. There are other communities with people who go paycheck to paycheck because of the cost of rent.
Annoying idiot: OH WHATEVER. You're just bitter because you don't live in Newport with Ryan and Marissa!
To the previous entry, actually, south county is one of the most conservative parts of the country. California may be liberal, but Orange County
, especially South Orange County, is mainly conservative. Especially the soccer moms in their SUVS.
Wow! Orange County, although in California, is so conservative.
Not like it seems. A growing county with a great past. It's not full of white rich people.very diverse with a wide range of financial status. South county is home to many military families. Home of oranges, avacados, strawberries, and lemon farms. Farms are there you just have to know where to look. It's a beautiful area with perfect weather. It's way better then some house in chicago hights with no neighbors for miles. It's orange county not the OC.
dude from Idaho: Where do your live?
me: Orange county?
Idaho: I went there a few years ago. It's beautiful.
Me:Yeah, you'll have to come down again so you can join our beach bon fire. It's great.