You Know You’re From Cleveland When… Introduction

Well hello, hello, hello all!

We’ve all received or at least heard about the widely known, “You Know You’re From Cleveland When…” list at some point and time in our flood of e-mail FWD’s from friends, family, or associates. It takes a true Clevelander to appreciate the ingenious yet altogether true facts that are compiled in said list. Scanning through it now I find myself teetering on the brink of losing all self control at how brillantly precise each and every specific item is.

Although its origin is unknown, (at least to my knowledge), I believe its author may have left it as such so that we may all prolong its legacy. With this said I have motivated myself to create this blog. I would like to carry on this legacy that has been bestowed upon myself as a Clevelander. I think of it as almost my birthright!

All in all from week to week I will take one topic from this list and elaborate on its significance and symbolism. As a disclaimer I would like to say now that I do not intend to offend anyone in the slightest. The whole idea of this blog is to bring amusement to those who are from and appreciate the city of Cleveland. Please take what I say with the least amount of solemnity as that is not my intent.

With this said I would like to extend an invitation to you to share this with your friends, your family, fellow Clevelanders, those who have moved from Cleveland, or anyone you feel will be appreciative of the humor behind the posts. Check back in regularly to take part in the picnic!

Comments are appreciated!

~ by carluhhcouture on November 13, 2009.

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