12 Things You Should Never Say to a San Antonian 

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Let's face it, San Antonio, when it comes to our city, our culture, our Spurs, we're pretty freaking prideful. So as a fair warning to all non-natives, tourists and folks interested in moving to the Alamo City, let this be your guide. Once you insult a San Antonian, there's no going back.
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"The Alamo is so tiny! "
It’s not about the size, it’s how you use it.

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"Austin is the birthplace of breakfast tacos ."
Like Elvis invented rock ‘n’ roll.

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"I don’t think Yolanda did it/Free Yolanda"
Possibly the one and only exceptions for death penalty opponents here.

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"Mark Cuban seems like a pretty cool dude. "
Yeah, and Donald Trump has a winning personality.

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"We just moved here from Williamsburg and we adore how authentic the culture is!"
Yanqui, go home!

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"The new Taco Land is so much better than the old one."
Said no one ever.

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"The Spurs are so boring. "
Like five-time champs boring, or....

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"Big Red is gross."
Then what exactly does ‘nectar of the gods’ refer to?

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"Selena’s ok, I guess."
I know you didn't just say that about the original Kween.

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"I’m not really a fan of the Castro brothers…"
I'm sorry, come again?

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"I don’t like avocado."
What's wrong with you? Avacados are good on literally everything.

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"San Antonio is totally the new Austin."
Keep it lame, bro. Keep it lame.

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"The Alamo is so tiny! "
It’s not about the size, it’s how you use it.

Photo via Flickr, ChuckSutherland

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