1. Having to go on an odyssey to see your favourite band or artist play. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Okay, fine, so we probably only have to go down to Glasgow. But we still have to take the full day off work or uni so we still have time for dinner and pre- drinks. Yoncé's worth it, but is Drake? Probs naw. 2. Our crippling lack of Uber. Iain MacKinnon @MacKinnon2502 Roanoke has @Uber and Dundee doesn't?! Come on! 08:23 PM - 06 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite American Horror Story's new season is set deep in the North Carolinian woods and even the fictional characters there have Uber, so why the fuck is the fourth-largest city in Scotland going without? 3. When you're just trying to drive home but inexplicably find yourself on the Tay Bridge. View this photo on Instagram There's nothing like that feeling of panic when you realise you're in the wrong lane, but at that point it's too late and there's nothing you can do about it. Off to the depths of Fife you go. Maybe you can visit your granny while you're there. 4. Being charged about £20 for 10 seconds' parking in the city centre. Twitter: @AnnConnor4 It's crazy, frankly. It's Tayside, not Knightsbridge. We only want to pop to Greggs. 5. When you tell someone you're from Dundee and they reply with, "Ah, jute, jam, and journalism!" View this photo on Instagram Then they'll Dundee-splain what a jute baron is to you, or what jam is. Or say something like: "Did you know that DC Thomson was actually..." No thank you. 6. Tripping over a statue of a cartoon dog whenever you're drunk in the city centre. Flickr: tomstravelscom / Creative Commons This is not a problem literally anywhere else on earth. 7. Being forced to climb the Law when you can't be arsed. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @iangblack Usually by one of your healthy pals. You can feel the burn and you do not care for it. The only good thing about it is when you get to the top you can make the classic dad joke that you're now "above the Law". 8. Never, ever seeing anyone from Dundee on the telly. BBC / thebhoywiththearabstrap.tumblr.com Apparently, only the west coast exists in TV land. Thank god for Lorraine Kelly, champion of the east (although even she's from Glasgow). 9. Being at one end of Perth Road and realising you need to go to a shop, pub, or café at the other end. View this photo on Instagram Fun fact: It is officially the longest road on earth, particularly at 3am when you're drunkenly trying to get home. 10. Being confronted with Oor Wullies everywhere. Twitter: @search Seriously, what was the thinking behind this fucking nightmare? 11. The fact that it hardly ever snows in Dundee. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @grantsmith94 Dundee is Scotland's sunniest city, which is a bit like being Duncan Jones in Blue: You're the hottest one out of a bad bunch. The milder weather means that winter is never really coming, so don't bother building a giant ice wall or anything. 12. Everything about our accent. Limmy @DaftLimmy That accent. 01:39 PM - 23 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @DaftLimmy "That fucking voice, man!" – Yeah, we know, sorry. 13. Two words: the casino. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com It always feels like a good idea when you're drunk, but as you stand in the line to register for a membership card (for the 17th time), you feel uneasy. As soon as you step into that wrong-side-of-4am lighting and see the person you winched from two weekends ago, you realise you've made a terrible mistake. 14. People banging on about this bloody sign all the time. Twitter: @sistersboutique This was never a real headline. It said "Major JOBS BLOW For Dundee" and someone changed it for a laugh. Sorry to burst your bubble. 15. The fact you can't get a spot at the good restaurants. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @spoonful_of_lauren Most non-Dundonians think all we eat is helicopter burgers, but that's not true. However, cool places like Sol y Sombra Tapas Bar are so popular that you have to book weeks in advance for a table. It's just not fair. 16. And, most important, the fact that people are so fucking rude about Dundee. Visit Scotland / BuzzFeed No, we don't all wear Burberry and hang around bus shelters. We've actually got a banging arts scene, great food, festivals, and... Well, there are quite a few shit bits too, but only we're allowed to comment on them. Everyone else? Shut it.