The high schools brag about their sports when in reality, they all suck.
Lots of mormons, cowboys, polygamists, senior citizens, snobby teenagers & a holy ton of infants & kids under 7.
The only reason why I like it in St. George is 1 hour and 40 minutes down the road, is Vegas. Another 3 hours from Vegas, is Southern California.
Teenager 2: well, it's either see a movie, or go to the one story mall!
Teenager 1: oh I got it! Let's have your mom teach us to cook & do a little scripture reading with the whole family!
Teenager 2: Sweeet! *high five*
If you aren't mormon.. you'll be looked like you're black.
That's another thing, black people are about as hard to come by as a shooting star.
Polygamists are regular sites to be seen at Costco. They usually have 10 kids with them, and those ten kids are each carrying a baby. They can be commonly seen buying 10 gallon containers of mayonaise and a cart full of toilet paper.
The city is full of:
A) emo teenagers with nothing to do but smoke weed, sit around, and smoke more weed.
B) senior citizens who sit in their houses all day that occasionally come out to drive their golf carts 1/4 mile then stop to realize they don't even live near a golf course, and drive back home.
C) Preppy teens who hang out at wal-mart all day.
D) latinos who rave about how awesome their latino heratige is.
The most exciting event of the year is when st. George hoasts the senior olympics.. St. George is hot, and boring. It's like Las vegas, without all that las vegas has to offer. There's a church on every corner, and is extremely diverse... not.
The nice thing about St. George is there's hardly any crime, compared to the rest of utah winters aren't so bad... but compared to California it's hell during winter. There is a very luxurious part of St. George which is very pretty. Unfortunately 99.9% of the population can't afford to live there. The people are really nice too, and it's only an hour and a half away from sin city.
Californian: Wow it is so cold up in har during the winter!
Californian2: I know it's nearly 50 degrees, better put on the snow chains.