28 hills people from the San Antonio area will die on

San Antonio has its own unique culture, and we're not really into adapting it to fit what folks in other parts of the country, or even the state, consider normal.

We're friendly folks, often polite to a fault. But, dammit, there are certain local beliefs and traditions we're willing to fight over.

So, at the risk of sounding confrontational, we rounded up 28 hills San Antonio residents are prepared to die on — because, well, we're right and those other pinche people have no idea what they're talking about. 
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Big Red tastes like something other than sugar. Not sure what that "something" is, but it's not just sugar.
Photo by Drew Patterson
Big Red tastes like something other than sugar. Not sure what that "something" is, but it's not just sugar.
Photo by Drew Patterson
Our city has more old shit than your city.
Photo courtesy of UTSA Libraries Digital Collections
Our city has more old shit than your city.
Photo courtesy of UTSA Libraries Digital Collections
If it's below 70 degrees outside, it's fucking cold.
Photo via Twitter / kendraskyy
If it's below 70 degrees outside, it's fucking cold.
Photo via Twitter / kendraskyy
If you live in SA long enough, you'll have a "hook up" for any kind of service you need, whether it's plumbing, car repairs or scoring an inspection sticker for that old truck you know won't pass.
Photo via Unsplash / Enis Yavuz
If you live in SA long enough, you'll have a "hook up" for any kind of service you need, whether it's plumbing, car repairs or scoring an inspection sticker for that old truck you know won't pass.
Photo via Unsplash / Enis Yavuz
Interstate 35 has never not been under construction.
Photo via Google Maps
Interstate 35 has never not been under construction.
Photo via Google Maps
There's a 50-50 chance you'll run into someone you know every time you visit the H-E-B.
Photo via Twitter / Rjmarquez89
There's a 50-50 chance you'll run into someone you know every time you visit the H-E-B.
Photo via Twitter / Rjmarquez89
It's totally worth camping out overnight to secure an Easter spot in Brackenridge Park or prime seats for a Fiesta parade.
Photo by Jaime Monzon
It's totally worth camping out overnight to secure an Easter spot in Brackenridge Park or prime seats for a Fiesta parade.
Photo by Jaime Monzon
Hiring a mover makes no sense if you or a friend owns a pickup truck.
Photo by Sarah Martinez
Hiring a mover makes no sense if you or a friend owns a pickup truck.
Photo by Sarah Martinez