Some immature Northern Virginians condescend to Southern Virginians and whine about their tax dollars going to the south. Some immature Southern Virginians complain about how arrogant, bratty, and stupid they like to imagine Northern Virginians are. Most people in both regions are normal, perfectly nice people who know better than to define themselves by the patch of geography they happen to live on.
Bob: Hi, I’m from Southern Virginia.
Alice: Uh oh… you’re not an illiterate, racist redneck, are you?
Bob: Um, no. You’re not a shallow, soulless trust-fund brat, are you?
Alice: Not really. Hey, do you want to go make fun of Californians instead?
Bob: Yeah, I can’t stand those guys!
John: Yeah, I bet he’s from Northern Virginia.
“We’ve got dudes in brown flip-flops, dudes in brown flip-flops- HOLY CRAP WHY ARE ALL THESE DUDES WEARIN’ BROWN FLIP-FLOPS?????” -Remy in “The Arlington Rap,” which talks about a specific city in Northern Virginia, but that particular part can be applied to the whole area.
Eric: There’s nothing to do here, man…
Bob: Well, it’s Northern Virginia, what do you expect?
Person stuck in traffic: OMG I HAVE LITERALLY MOVED 10 FEET IN THE LAST HALF HOUR, FUCK NORTHERN VIRGINIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
James: Hey man, you wanna go to the Starbucks?
Billy: Which one?
James: The one in Arligton.
Billy: Dude, there are like 15 there.
James: The one at Ballston.
Billy: You mean the one in the mall, or the one right outside the mall?
James: Gahhhhhh I hate Northern Virginia!
Very generic and boring with a touch of country without the politeness and hospitality you would expect in a country ass looking area. actually one of the rudest areas I have ever lived in. Uptight, non out going or friendly, overly aggressive(in traffic) people I have ever come across. Over priced and poorly built ugly houses and townhouses made of red brick with cheap brass accents for all the “sheep” to buy. People are very bland looking. Dudes wearing JC Penny style outfits: khaki shorts with braided belts and a polo shirt or their old college t-shirt and maybe some hard penny loafers or gay ass sandal.(summer weekend outfit only) the weekday work outfits are worse. You will see a lot of people wearing work badges on their belt or around their neck.
Hope they are paying you well!
Maybe you can find a red brick colonel with brass door knobs
I’m moving to Northern Virginia.
Northern Virginia has thirty mile back ups.
Yes, Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties are now technically in Northern Virginia as of mid 2007. If you have a problem with it, move away.
In this region south and West of the Potomac River, also very far South of the Mason Dixon line, the most arrogant and staunch yuppies found in the Commonwealth if Virginia can be found. Even those considered “lower class” in this region live far better than your average person. In addition, while there are a high number of immigrants in this region, many of them prefer to be considered “Caucasian.”
Northern Virginians love to play dual roles. First they claim to be “northern” which in fact they are just a step above Red Necks and one step below Hill Billies on the evolutionary chain.
Finally they all proclaim they are
from the District of Columbia or “D.C
If a Northern Virginian was dropped of on Martin Luther King Ave in SE Washington, or Suitland PKWY where D.C. and Prince Georges County Maryland boarder, said Virginian would pee his/her pants.
Most people from the “NOVA” area have never been beyond Georgetown in the District of Columbia (which ironically boarders Arlington County/Roslyn V.A.) and very few of them ever venture beyond their sheltered communities and ways of life.
Guy#2 ” Northern Virginia ”
Guy#1 “Cool, my family is from Virginia.”
Guy#2 “How dare you sur…you have insulted my honor and I demand satisfaction! I ain’t no kinda southern hick from Virginia, I’m a Yankee BOY!”
Guy: “Oh so you just moved into this city, it can be a scary place, where you from?”
Girl: “Not it’s like…not, I’m from like D.C.!”
Guy: “Aww cool, which part? I grew up in North East D.C. off Eastern Ave, then moved out to Sliver Spring Maryland before coming here, what about you?”
Girl: “Uhmmm…I lived in like uhmmm Fairfax and my BFF is from Arlington.”
Girl: “Is North East like the other part of Georgetown?”