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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Funny or Die's "I Hate California: San Francisco" (Video)

Posted By on Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 10:46 AM


For those who have the privilege of calling the Golden State home, we're used to the rest of the country hating on us. California is often ranked near the bottom of best states -- or sometimes, at the very bottom. Go ahead and rank California #50 in favorite states, but we doubt anyone would turn down a visit to wine country for wherever-you-go-to-vacation in Alabama.

More: 51 Reasons California Is America's Best State

Poking fun at those who hate on California, Funny or Die is traveling across state in a five part video series, hating on everything that people typically do, but of course it's hilarious. They make a stop in San Francisco, and as the video pans across Dolores Park, the California hater asks "Is this Google's cafeteria?"

Check out "I Hate California: San Francisco," but be forewarned, it's full of swearing, so it's best not watch it at your work desk with the sound cranked up:

For more of I Hate California, check out the Funny or Die site.

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