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This question is, for the most part, for people who aren't from California. Do you guys all believe the stereotypes about Californians? Such as we all; - have plastic surgery, fake boobs, botox faces, etc. - surf, love tanning, and/or love the beach - are actors, struggling actors, or trying to break into the entertainment industry - are celebrity obsessed - are superficial, shallow, and materialistic - are dumb, lazy airheads and/or potheads Because I am a Californian, born and raised in southern Moberly (Los Angeles County), and these stereotypes aren't true for me. I don't have any plastic surgery (and don't plan on having any), I don't know how to surf (let alone swim), I don't go tanning, and I hate the beach. I'm not an actor, I don't want to be. I could care less about what celebrity is in rehab and hate any type of tabloid "news." I'm no more superficial than the average person. Yes, I care if I look nice, such as wearing clean clothes & smelling good. I mean nobody likes going out looking like a raggedy hobo. I don't judge people based on their outside appearance (clothes, hair, skin color, etc.), what car they drive, or how much money they make. I don't need to have the latest trends (I've never even owned an ipod), or name brand clothes/shoes (I shop at thrift stores). Yes, I have smoked marijuana before when I was a teenager, but that's it. And I'm a college graduate with a bachelor's degree. I know stereotypes are based on some form of truth or else how would they have manifested? I'm sure there are people in Moberly that are this way, but I'm not and many people I know aren't. I get somewhat offended that, people who don't know me, already have a preconceived notion of who I am just based on where I'm from.
I am from Southern, California. It's a beautiful place, and of course not everyone is stuck up, rich, famous or mean. We're normal ordinary people. I live near famous people, and to me they are just another person. It's a great place to visit/live, but the weather is super hot!
I lived in east Bay Area for 7 years (Concord/Walnut Creek, if you know it). In my 20s, some years ago. This was enough time to know what it's like, in-general, and to compare/contrast to rest of the U.S. Went back a few weeks ago, for the weekend. Nice as ever, enjoyed prowling the streets of downtown SF on a Saturday night and Sunday morning. Seemed the same, in most ways. The Bay Area is different from greater L.A., which is different than greater San Diego, which is different from greater Sacramento, all of which are hugely different than "greater" Eureka or Crescent City. Given the state's size, isn't that obvious to any reader? That cliches are regional, based in-part in truth and in-part on myth? California is a fantastic state in many ways and I'd live there in a second, if it were possible to make a living and really get ahead. It isn't, for most, and I'm on the upper end of the income tail. It's turning into an anti-business, anti-growth, tax hell that is about to groan and tip over. Count me out of that. In more detail, "the experience" as an outsider (and resident, for awhile): At the dawn of easily-accessible Internet (1994, year of Netscape 1), SF was a bit insulated. The newspapers were nothing of the sort, more propaganda for Left-wing causes. Readers could be left with the impression (bad pun) that somehow, some way, pouring money into "Social programs" and anti-church, anti-family, anti-establishment views were the norm across America. I should have known better, but after awhile one tends to believe it. That is how insidious propaganda can be. Backing up a step, the general area I described (SF Bay) a phenomenal place to live on a couple points, for sure: - pleasant climate, 9 months/year or so. - mostly live and let-live. Less law-and-order than most other places (good, and bad, of course). - definitely work in my field, though that changes with the economy over time Downsides, cliches that were true (in my observation): - Nuts had far greater latitude to roam the streets. More confrontations, less police to help deal-with. Greater property crime. That meant dealing with violence and personal-protection were my responsibility. - Expensive. Income tax was about 7% off the top, for me, at the time. It is more, now. Never saw that money again. - No place I would raise a child, due to dodgy schools, perverted views of the world, horrific expense for everything, etc. Your points: - have plastic surgery, fake boobs, botox faces, etc. In SF, without money you were "out" of the cool social scene. I was on the edge but couldn't quite break-in. I found that a bit shallow, but that's how it was for professional-class 20-somethings. - surf, love tanning, and/or love the beach Not a ton of that in SF. As a cliche, saw a lot of that in Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara however. Hippies and ne'er-do-wells aplenty. - are actors, struggling actors, or trying to break into the entertainment industry N/A to SF... - are celebrity obsessed (ditto) - are superficial, shallow, and materialistic Depends where you look: Rodeo Drive, or near Camp Pendleton? Night and day. - are dumb, lazy airheads and/or potheads Plenty of that going around. However: spend 2 hours at Venice or Santa Monica beaches. Then, another two in Arcata. Final two, in Needles. Nothing to do with one another. Guess I just proved your point, in a roundabout way.
I live in Southern California soooo, some stereotypes that I find are true are that we all say dude a lot more than we think. Even to girls. Same with like every other word. Like it is like so like true. Another stereotype is that we love our Mexican food. I know that I would not be able to live without it, and I know quite a few people that agree. Also their is in fact the Spanglish language. We mix Spanish with English A LOT. Like, Hola, how are you chica!
I don't think all people fom California are like that. There are people that fit all of those from every state. I'm from pennsylvania and I know not everybody from California are like that.
And you though to ask in the travel category? i guess some stereotypes are true...