In some cities, snobs seem to rule. It’s an embraced culture trait. In these particular cities, snobs seem to congregate. So, whenever you go visit these cities, be ready for stares, eyes rolling, intolerance, superiority, snootiness, disgust, etc. Basically, be ready for snobbiness.
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Known to be a city that is full of polite people by the use of “ma’am” and “sir,” the city is also full of antiques and history. The city is also considered to be a romantic place for couples. Lastly, the hot lunch spot in the city is “slightly north of broad street” where all the SNOBS hang out!
The city is full of culture with all kinds of backgrounds. The city has plenty of sightseeing, but the locals were voted to be unpleasant, making people visitors ask about the locals' background check!
The city is known for its coffee and its art, so these New Englanders are the artsy-fartsy know-it-alls in New England. So, one can count that unpleasant looks will come your way at these upscale cafés in Providence.
The windiest city of the US has a new theatre scene. Wherever there is theatre, there are snobs lurking thinking highly of themselves. Also, the city was ranked high in the culinary arts. Again, good food comes with snooty people.
The Emerald City is a place for coffee connoisseurs. This is where Starbucks started! Thanks Seattle for making the rest of the country a bunch of wanna-be-writers hanging out all the time using free internet!
Filled with museums and boutiques, the city is something to really look at and talk about. Known for the upbringing of writers like Georgia O’Keffe and current George RR Martin, the city seems to be full of readers, which means know-it-alls!
Known for indie rock, brew making, and having mass readers, this twin cities are considered to be hip. Remember, this is where the Lakers came from and don’t forget Prince! Enough said.
A city plagued with colleges, meaning a lot of students that know about everything. The locals are super proud of the city’s history and their bookstores. Yes, bookstores means people who know about everything. Another fact that would bring snobs together is Harvard square. Done!
No, not New York! Yes, the mecha of Broadway and the mecha of frankness. The Big Apple and its art scene is one of the best in World, meaning snooty snobs galore. Also, the New York attitude is widely frowned upon by visitors.
No, it’s not Los Angeles. Wow! San Fran, known for its fine dining and good wine, is the snobbiest one of them all. Yes, they are right next to the wine country, so, rightfully, snobs come with it. Good job San Francisco for thinking that your farts smell like roses! And believe me, the Wharf by the pier does not smell like roses!