9 Brutally Honest Vancouver Starter Packs

Every city has their own different neighbourhoods with different quirks and types of people. One of the reasons why Vancouver is so awesome is because we have so many different neighbourhoods that make for a rather colourful and diverse city.

SEE ALSO: Brutally Honest One Sentence Descriptions Of 24 Vancouver Neighbourhoods

Of course at times these quirks are a little exaggerated, and sometimes even a bit ridiculous. But I mean, it's still pretty funny.

Please don't take us seriously, but here are 9 brutally honest Vancouver starter packs:

The "I live in Yaletown" Starter Pack

The "I live in East Van" Starter Pack

The "I live in Gastown" Starter Pack

The "I live in North Van" Starter Pack

The "I live in Port Coquitlam" Starter Pack

The "I live in Richmond" Starter Pack

The "I live in Surrey" Starter Pack

The "I live in West Van" Starter Pack

The "I live in Kits" Starter Pack

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