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List: 51 things a Chicagoan will never say

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Time Out Chicago recently put together a list of "51 thing you will never hear a Chicagoan say."

According to Time Out, if you say any of the 51 phrases on the list, you might as well not consider yourself a Chicagoan! The list is not only very true for most people who live in the city, it is also hilarious.

After reading the list, it is clear Chicagoans love their cheese, Mike Ditka and Michael Jordan. But apparently we're not so thrilled about Rick Bayless, the price of Cubs tickets - and, of course, we will never say "Willis Tower."

Visit Time Out Chicago's website to view the entire list.

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