20 Irrefutable Signs You're From Montreal

You can't deny it!

1. You're From Montreal If You Love Poutines

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2. You're From Montreal If You Have Great Style

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3. You're From Montreal If You Complain About the STM

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4. You're From Montreal If You Identify As A Montrealer Before A Canadian

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5. You're From Montreal If You've Had 2 Dollar Noodles At 3 AM

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6. You're From Montreal If You Go To Mount Royal To Take Pictures

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7. You're From Montreal If You Speak Frenglais... We all need this mug!

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8. You're From Montreal If You Love Mandy's

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9. You're From Montreal If You Go Buy Fresh Food At Atwater Market Sunday Mornings

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10. You're From Montreal If You Go To Piknic Electronik Every Sunday

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11. You're From Montreal If You Start Every Morning With A Bagel

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12. You're From Montreal If You If You Complain About Construction 24/7

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13. You're From Montreal If You Own A Winter Coat That Is More Expensive Than Your Rent

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14. You're From Montreal If You Take Pictures Infront Of Street Art

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15. You're From Montreal If You Are Down Town 24/7

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16. You're From Montreal If You Love To Bike Everywhere

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17. You're From Montreal If You Hit Up St.Laurent Every Weekend

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18. You're From Montreal If You Party Outside In The Middle Of Winter

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19. You're From Montreal If You Have Been To The Science Center About 5 Times Since You Were A Kid

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20. You're From Montreal If You Know The Metro Map Inside-out

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21. You're From Montreal If You Are Constantly Stuck In Traffic

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22. You're From Montreal If YouWalk Through Old Montreal Looking For Rooftops

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23. You're From Montreal If You Take Pictures Outside La Diperie

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24. You're From Montreal If You Hibernate In The Winter

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25. You're From Montreal If You Understand The Struggle Of Living In Humidity

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26. You're From Montreal If You If You Have Gotten Several Parking Tickets Because You Don't Understand The Signs

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27. You're From Montreal If You If You Forget To Fill Your Opus Every Month

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28. You're From Montreal If  You Are Awsome

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