26 Things That Happen When You Move To Los Angeles

Seasons? I don’t understand the question, and I won’t respond to it.

1. Since there are no seasons, you will lose track of time entirely.

One minute it’s been a year in L.A., and then next..five. Happy five-year anniversary to me!

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2. Your parking spot will be a precious jewel that you dote on like a new baby.

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3. In-N-Out will become your fast-food mecca.

I worship at the altar of animal-style fries. Et tu?

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4. You’ll think about going to the beach way more often than you actually do go.

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5. You will actually learn to wait before crossing the street.

Because if you don’t wait, you could get a ticket for jaywalking. It happened to me, and I’ve learned my lesson the hard way.

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6. You judge people based on their favorite yogurt place.

Yogurt Stop forever, yo.

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7. You will take your car everywhere, even if it’s walking distance. Or right next door.

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8. The amount of time your commute takes each day will very much influence how the rest of your day goes.

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You found a shortcut? You’re pretty much unstoppable. Stuck behind construction work? Call in sick, this day’s a bust.

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9. At some point, you will try the street cart fruit, and it will taste much better than you ever expected.

It’s fruit from a cart on the street. How good could it be? Oh, but it is good. It is very good.

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10. You’ll start to eat healthier, in general.

You may try to fight it, but eventually you’ll wake up and discover a bag of kale in your fridge.

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11. You’ll figure out where in L.A. you can go to see actors, and simultaneously how to avoid them.

Beware Melrose, in general.

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12. You’ll eventually figure out how to decipher all of the parking signs. Each. And. Every. One.

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13. You’ll adopt the L.A. form of road rage, which is screaming in your car and never honking.

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14. When you see quirky L.A. people, you’ll barely blink.

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15. Takeout isn’t huge here, so you’ll become really great at cooking.

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16. And dinner parties become a regular thing that you will host and attend.

So grown-up. So well fed.

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17. Your friends will suggest a brisk hike as a possible activity, and you will love every minute of it.

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18. Rain will be mildly horrifying, if only because you’re wholly unprepared for it.

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I know I have an umbrella, but I’ll be damned if I keep it in a logical place!

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19. But then when the rain leaves, you’ll miss it and become nostalgic for more humid times.

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Times were simpler when there was rain, weren’t they?

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20. You’ll find a neighborhood to live in, and basically only leave it if you’re forced to.

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My weekends belong to Los Feliz.

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21. You will go to a farmers’ market, and you will feel like you’re contributing to the local economy after you buy an organic apple.

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22. You will try a new diet at least once, and unconsciously talk about it all the time.

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23. And you will try a fad workout at least once.

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24. You’ll eat a lot of Mexican food, and eventually stop going to Mexican restaurants, because the trucks are always better.

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25. You will give zero Fs about what New Yorkers think of you, because you’ll just be insanely happy to live in L.A.

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26. And you will never not love how awesome the weather always is.

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