1.The only seafood you eat is at Red Lobster.

It’s a beautiful evening for enjoying some fresh #oysters! #chargrilled #dozen #onthehalfshell #acmeoyster

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2. Live music in Jackson Square? You can’t hear yourself think with all that noise!

You can always count on Jackson Square to put on a beautiful performance. Photo: @tauriac_ #followyournola

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3. The French Quarter doesn’t impress you.


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4. Huge-ass beers on Bourbon Street? How glutenous!

Get yourself a #HugeAssBeer while in #NewOrleans on #BourbonStreet too much fun going on lol #FrenchQuarter

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5. You’d rather eat a normal sandwich than a poboy. Sliced bread is your jam!

6. Strolling through the gorgeous Garden district? What a bore!

Admiring New Orleans architecture while strolling through the Garden District. Beautiful, isn’t it? Photo: @stacyrisenmay #FollowYourNola

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7. Everything is way too French looking. I thought this was the USA!

#nola #morningwalk #ilovemyjob

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8. Why would you want to go to the best street party in the world?

#vamosfestival15 #mardigras #ladiesofmidnightblue #newcastle

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9. Beignets are just a myth, you can’t even get them in NOLA.

10. You’re not really into sports.

The 41st Annual Bayou Classic halftime show rocked the Dome! #BayouClassic2020

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11. Alligator dogs? You’re better off sticking to the regular kind.

Alligator and turducken dogs.

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12. The oldest bar in the country? Yeah right!

Adam in front of the oldest known structure in New Orleans. Built between 1722-1732, the Laffite’s Blacksmith Shop has been a bar for over 200 years. #neworleans #laffites #historical

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13. Street art is just a fancy way of saying vandalism

14. NOLA is way too vibrant and colorful. Don’t even think about visiting!

Because it’s Thursday and that’s reason enough to celebrate in New Orleans. Such a great capture by @shopgirlblog #followyournola

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