Edina is known as the wealthiest part of the Twin Cities. Many professional athletes in Minnesota live in Edina, along with many powerful lawyers, doctors, CEO's and other very wealthy families. Edina High School is known for being extremely academic and athletic. It is consistantly ranked among the top 20 high schools in the nation in US Magazine and has won more state titles in sports than any other school nation wide. It was listed and the 2nd most athletic high school in the country by Sports Illustrated in 2005. The families living in Edina are mostly "old money" families, wheras the families living in Eden Prairie, Wayzata, Plymouth, or other wealthy suburbs are mostly "new money" families, thus the snobbery in Edina is quite different. The "cake-eater" stereotype is true for the most part, but there are also some very pleasant people residing in Edina, regardless of their wealth.
Edina stands for "Every Day I Need an Audi, Attention, Allowance..."
"Minnetonka has the lakes, but Edina has the boats."
There are a million sayings about Edina.
A city in the southwest part of Minneapolis that has a reputation as being "Stuck-up, rich, and snobby." These stereotypes are somewhat outdated, however, as newer and just as wealthy suburbs have grown (Eden Prairie, Plymouth, Minnetonka).
Many people believe Edina to be a bubble, because of its large percentage of white inhabitants, also it is nearly self-serving, providing much of its own funds due to high taxes.
Also has reputation of having the best schools in Minnesota and one of the best public high schools in the country (Rated by US Magazine). Athletics is also very popular, as Edina has won more high school state championships than any other school.
Kid #1 (From Edina): Like, Oh my god, I saw these cute shoes at Southdale the other day, I had my daddy pick them up for me.
Kid #2 (Not From Edina): Look at that snobby ass girl, what a cake-eater.
Truly an interesting case-study in snobbery, Edina is a suburb located to the south of Minneapolis, MN.
Known for its less than superlative reputation as a haven for the rich and stuckup, Edina serves as that first stepping stone for the equally spoiled and stupid children of other communities to channel their own over-inflated snobbery and prejudice.
Of course, citizens whom dwell both within and outside of Edina are completely daft as to their own mocking and childish elitism, but one should expect this sort of irony to be lost on such individuals.
Both Edina citizens and anti-Edina knob heads are well known for their distaste of the unruly "colored" types.
"Hey Nameless-White-Nordic-Descendant #1, do you know what Edina stands for?"
"No, Nameless-White-Nordic-Descendant #2, what does it stand for?"
"'Every day I need Attention'"
(Ensue rolling on the ground in laughter, whilst shitting and pissing oneself)
Edina, the land of cake-eaters and snobs.
E - Every
D - Day
I - I
N - Need
A - Attention
Oh look, there's someone from Edina. Yo kid! EVERY DAY I NEED ATTENTION.
Edina is well known for being the wealthiest suburb in the State of Minnesota and is home to many top Doctors, Lawyers, Sports Owners, Altheletes, and the Wealthy. Edina is split into two sides due to highway 100 running through it north to south. The west side is known as the place to live (more expensive property) while the East side is home to the better shopping such as the uber-chic 50th and France, Southdale, and the ultra expensive Galleria.more...
Edina also Homes one of the best Public schools in the USA, which not only trumps others in acedemics but also has the most athletic Titles in the Nation. Even though Edina has such a great school system, the top bracket families send their children to the surronding private schools such as (ranking from high to low in cost per yr): All boys Militaty school St. Thomas Academy ($16,000), All Girls The Convent of the Visitation ($15,000), Brech School ($15,000), Academy of Holy angels ($10,000), and Benilde St. Margrets ($9,000).
There are 4 prominate churches (along with a few smaller ones) in Edina: PCP (prespytrian), St. Patricks (Catholic), St. Stevens (Epicopanlian) and Our Lady of Grace (Roman Catholic). The wealthiest families attend OLG as it is often referred to by outsiders are "our Lady of Diamonds" and "Our lady of Mink". St. Patricks and our Lady of Grace are Sister parishes but are most commonly know for their rivaltry
There are 2 beautiful Country Clubs in the Suburb, Interlachen Country Club, and Edina country...
Every Day I Need Attention; the most stuck up suburb ever known in the history of the universe.
OMG, I would eat my own ass with a spoon before I would ever move to Edina
A town. That's all it can be described as. It's thought of as the wealthier part of Minnesota, but it doesn't really affect the people. The 'Cake-Eater' stereotype people support doesn't have too much to back on, even if there is more money going around in the town.
I live in Edina. You may have heard of it, but it's not too important, so just settle the fuck down.