Quebec is pretty different from the rest of Canada, and Montreal is pretty different from the rest of Quebec. So if you were blindfolded and you had to pick out the one Montrealer from a group of 10 Canadians, it would probably take you less than 30 seconds.\nWe brag about the diversity here, but in the end we're all the same because we all live in the same amazing place. And here are a few things you only say, know or do if you live in this city.\nYou know you're from Montreal when...\nYou know it's pronounced Muntreal not Mahntreal.\nYou buy your beer at a dep.\nYou've gotten a ticket for jaywalking.\nYou know our drivers are insane, but you're secretly proud of it.\nThe only good part about the South Shore is that you can turn right on red.\nYou know the West Island isn't its own separate Island.\nYou call Tremblant "Up North".\nYou know how to pronounce Pie IX.\nYou hate the Olympic Stadium.\nYou kiss people on both cheeks when you meet them.\nYou aren't impressed with hardwood floors.\nYou were drinking cafe-au-lait before lattes were popular.\nShopper's Drug Mart is Pharmaprix and Staples is Bureau en gros, and PFK is finger lickin' good.\nYou really believe Just For Laughs is an international festival. For two weeks a year.\nEveryone, – drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists – think they're immortal, and that you'll move first.\nYou have no idea what "île aux tourtes" means.\nYou know the difference between the SQ, the SAQ, and the SAAQ.\nYou measure temperature and distance in Metric, but weight and height in Imperial measure.\nYou show up at a party at 11 p.m. and no one else is there yet.\nYou know that Montréal is responsible for introducing to North America: poutine, bagels, souvlaki and smoked meat.\nYou don't drink pop or soda, you drink soft drinks.\nYou have graduated from high school and have a degree, but you've never been in grade 12.\n30 cm of snow isn't "too snowy to drive."\nYou survived the Ice Storm.\nYou used to be an Expos fan, but now all you really miss is Youppi and the hats.\nYou know the women are prettier here.\nYou know where all the really bad potholes are.\nYou have no idea what the metro P.A. system is saying.\nYou hardly notice strip clubs anymore.\nYou know the anthem in both languages.\nYou've used an air conditioner and a heater on the same day.\nYou have jumper cables in your car.\nYour Halloween costume had to be big enough to fit a snowsuit underneath.\nYou know the 4 seasons of Montreal: almost winter, winter, still winter, and construction.\nFor the complete list, check out Montreal Memories.