You Might Be From Twin Falls If…
Twin Falls is a great place to live. The people here are friendly and have their own quirks. If you have done these things you either live in Twin Falls or have lived there.
Or better yet, saved up your vacation time and gone to work sick so you had enough time to take off during hunting season.
Oh that smell? It is the dairy. No, that one is the blood ponds. Wait, this one here is the sugar beets. That one late at night is "not" Chobani.
No, it is not pronounced like the Indian tribe. It is pronounce "show-shone".
For some reason not all restaurants have the deliciousness that is fry sauce. If you have gone to a restaurant that doesn't serve it, you know you asked for mayo and ketchup on the side for those fries.
Not really sure why we have to do this but it is a must. Every time you drive by a cow you have to roll down the window and moo at it. I don't make the rules I just follow them.
Asparagus is all over in the canals around here. People can be seen with grocery bags picking wild asparagus, sometimes they are even allowed to do it.
Commute times in the city are super short, but to get anywhere else you are talking hours of driving. And no one really minds.
We have all been mistaken for an employee at a store. But people in Idaho don't just tell you they don't work there. They answer your question, help you on your way and then let you know they don't work there.
Whether it is a wrong number or a few people waiting in line at the grocery store, chances are you have had a long conversations with a complete stranger. You feel like you have known them forever after you part ways.
It could also mean camping, fishing, hiking, going to a lake. Mostly within a few hours of driving people vacation a little differently here.