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26 Things That Happen When You Live In Sydney's Inner West

Inner west is the best.

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1. The North Shore is like an entirely different country.

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2. You love the idea of the beach, but you're never bothered to actually go.

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3. The eastern suburbs are overrated anyway.

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4. Only idiots drive down King Street on a Saturday.

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5. The 370 bus is always late. Always.

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6. You've complained about the infrequency of train lines on more than one occasion.

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7. And we need a train line that covers Glebe, Balmain, Leichhardt, etc.

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The Light Rail really doesn't count.

8. There are an overwhelming number of bridal shops along Parramatta Road.

9. It is impossible to get a table at a Glebe cafe on a Saturday without having to wait.

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10. And Marrickville is becoming too trendy for its own good.

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11. You've frequented Stanmore Maccas at least once after a night out.

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12. Broadway Shopping Centre has the best Coles ever.

13. "Inner west is the best" is your personal motto.

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14. There are so many great places to get coffee.

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15. And there are a ton of amazing cocktail bars to drink at.

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16. Weekend brunch is mandatory.

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17. Your rent is ridiculously high but you wouldn't live anywhere else.

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18. The Marrickville Metro is useless.

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19. It is never easy to find street parking.

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20. You died a little inside when everyone started coming to Newtown for a night out because of the lockout laws.

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21. You boast that you live within walking distance of the CBD but you'd never actually walk there.

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22. Cow and Moon > Messina.

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23. You miss the Annandale being a live venue, rather than just another ~hip~ pub.

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24. Our markets are so much better than the eastern suburbs'.

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Glebe, Eveleigh, Rozelle, the list goes on.

25. You live close to everything you could ever possibly need.

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26. And when someone you know moves to Sydney, you tell them that the inner west is the only place worth living.

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