Tell us you're from a small town without telling us you're from a small town
These answers are SO wholesome.
We reached out on the Still Standing Facebook page wanting to know: how could someone easily tell that you're a small town-er?
You responded, and these answers were not only hilarious, but almost too relatable. Scroll through to see the best comments we got about living in a small town.
1. When some of your best friendships are started… by accident?
2. When you can't have an ugly day at the grocery store because you absolutely will run into someone you know.
...and when the grocery store is also a one-stop-shop for… well… everything.
Jane R. says, "When the grocery/liquor/post office are in the same building and they sell fishing/hunting licenses too."
3. When you play a great game — and somehow everyone knows it.
Larry H. says that you know you're from a small town, "when news of your game-winning goal gets home before you do."
4. When the whole town is "up the street."
Hannah M. says you know you're from a small town when, "You have one set of stop lights."
5. When the local book plug looks out for you.
6. When teachers have basically become family members by the time you've graduated.
Shelley B. says you know you're from a small town when, "teachers at the only high school in town taught you and then your children."
7. When your entire family tree lives there.
Anna L. says you know you're from a small town when "You can trace half the town through your family tree."
And last, but certainly not least:
8. When a certain TV host comes to visit!
Linda M. says you know you're from a small town when "Jonny Harris comes to visit."
Hey, do you miss Still Standing as much as we do? Don't forget (and tell your neighbours!) that you can watch all six seasons for free on CBC Gem.