San Diego is a place with the perfect year-round weather located in Southern California. We don't call it Cali. If you want the surf or snow or desert all in the same day--you've got it here! Home of THE BEST mexican food. NOTHING COMPARES. Home of the infamous marine st beach well known for "womping." The downtown nightlife is pretty good. San Diego is one of the best cities in the nation!!! Home of the Chargers and Padres!! The high school kids all have surf teams that all practice before school, and if you are a San Diego native, about have of your school will go to State. (SDSU)
Person 1: Dude, how was your trip to San Diego?
Person 2: THE BEST TRIP EVER!!!
by SanDiegoLover March 13, 2009
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City that is blessed by God himself... repeatedly.
I want to go back to San Diego and stay there, permanently.
by Demon Phoenix 1337 September 24, 2004
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Contrary to the movie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, San Diego is far from Airhead City, USA. Not all San Diegans are po-dunk locals who have never been anywhere else. And it's true, the city is really one of the better ones out there, despite the lack of San Fran-esque transportation and the similar.

San Diego's good weather attracts lots of tourists, but very few of those outsiders know more than the downtown. We do have funky/ethnic neighborhoods, Old Town places, and the similar. But only locals know about it.
I've lived in San Diego for 8 years, and I've lived many other places. It's the best so far.
by Zyrael July 22, 2004
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1) Home to the coolest people around
2) home of the best football team, the Chargers!
3) Home of the best baseball team, the Padres.
4) It's better than where you live.
5) Your gay if you don't like it.
San Diego is the best there is no comparison
by ShAdY July 25, 2004
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1. an awesome city in california
2. a whale's vagina in german, according to Ron Burdundy in 'Anchorman'
3. the nickname of a girl named Cynthia Perez
4. home of the baseball team, the padres
1. i've never visited san diego, but i've heard so many great things about it!
2. apparently, a whale's vagina is also known as san diego.
3. San Diego is one of the most amazing people i know!
4. The San Diego Padres have a decent team this year.
by Omarrr April 24, 2008
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America's finest city.

Perfect weather all year round. Great beaches and a nice boardwalk. The girls in San Diego are bred from Barbie-molds, and are not released into public unless they pass the finest standards of female aesthetics.

Mexican food shops at every corner. Home of the divinely inspired California Burrito. A mega monstrosity of carne asada, cheesy, sour creamy, french friezy goodness.

Home of the San Diego Chargers and Padres. You can rag on them for not being the best teams but say all you want. When you live in San Diego where everyday is paradise you have better things to do than practice football.

San Diego is hilly and filled with large valleys. Because of this San Diego is divided into a bunch of "sub-cities" or neighborhoods that have each taken on their own cultural identity - Point Loma, Clairemont, OB, PB, State Area, Hillcrest (our mini San Francisco), Down Town and Mission Valley. The hills make it a bad place for mass-transit systems, and makes it difficult for anyone but natives to find their way around.

Home of 6 large military bases including Miramar where Top Gun was filmed. If you live in San Diego, you know atleast 12 marines/sailors. Maybe it's because of the military presence, but San Diego is a red-city (Republican).

We're capitalist hippies in it's purest form. We drink, we smoke, we chill, we surf, but we love money. We wear flip-flops everywhere, even weddings. Flip flops are appropriate funeral attire so long as they are black.
I died and went to San Diego, but they were full, so I settled for heaven instead.

The San Diego Chargers would make it to the Super Bowl if they didn't spend all their time at the beach instead of practicing.

I went to San Diego and had the best California Burrito anyone has ever had, and saw the hottest girls, and experienced the best weather.
by SaintofSanDiego February 01, 2010
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OK, for all you morons out there that actually believe what you heard in a friggin comedy movie (Anchorman) about the name "San Diego" meaning a whale's vagina in germen, here is the real facts, and feel free to prove it to yourselves by going to Wikipedia dot com if you need to.
San Diego was named for a Spanish Catholic Saint by the name of St. Didacus by Spaniard Sebastián Vizcaíno who was sent to map the area in the early 1600's, which was originally discovered by the first European who was Portuguese João Rodrigues Cabrilho, (1499 - 1543), NOT by some German in 1904 for god's sakes, we go back a lot further than the year 1900. Anyone with a IQ higher than 100 and bothered to think about it could figure out the name "San Diego" as well as other major city names in California are Spanish in origin, not German.
Also for all you trash talkers, I'm one of those rare "Natives" that's lived here in San Diego since 1974, and while no city is perfect, San Diego comes reasonably closer to it than all the other cities in the United States. We have near perfect weather, certainly better than any other city in the united states if you judge by looking at the full 12 months of the year. The weather is so nice, that you hardly ever even need to think about it whenever you go outside for whatever you want to do, how many places can say that? It's a great balanced city, with plenty of things to do, but not to big with all the big city problems like Los Angeles with horrible traffic and questionable air quality. Also the earthquakes you hear about here are usually grossly exaggerated, you have a lot more to worry about if you live in Los Angeles or especially San Francisco. We may have a slight 5 second shake that gets your attention but doesn't actually do anything 1-2 times a year, but that's the worst of it. While it does have some of the negative stereotypes of any southern Californian society, try comparing it to any other city in the USA and overall it's easily one of the top 3. The people are friendly, laid back and don't stress or have the work/stress/money mentality of places like New York. The landscape is beautiful, we have awesome beaches, lookout viewing points and mountains with winter sports within a 2 hour drive away. If you have a convertible, you can literally drive with the top down for 11-12 months a year.
The only small drawbacks it has compared to some other places, is that 90% of everything shuts down after 1:30-2:00am, so you east coasters may be a little disappointed here, and obviously people that like snow aren't going to find that here, but you can still drive a couple hours and find it. The job market is a little tough, and real estate is in the top 5 most expensive places in the USA along with a general high cost of living, but that's the same as any nice city in California, and that's only because so many people move and live here. Most everyone that visits unfortunately only sees the downtown or tourist spots which is only 20% of what San Diego is. For visitors I strongly recommend visiting Point Loma, Pacific Beach, La Jolla, Del Mar and the typical places like the world famous Zoo and Sea World. The best places to see are anything along the coastline starting from Coronado Island/Downtown San Diego then going north for the next 45 miles. Rent a convertible, start driving from the Silver Strand Highway in the south part of Coronado Island and then go across the bridge to Interstate 5 north, then to the Pacific Coast Highway from Downtown San Diego, all the way up to Oceanside and make some great memories and pictures that will have you dreaming of living here someday just like most people that visit, just be ready to spend $550,000 for a 2000 square foot home! You can find condos starting in the $300,000's in good parts of town though.
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by SD Native April 27, 2007
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