You Know You're in Dunwoody When....
- down-home family supper involves a run to Kroger for pre-washed, evenly cut and bagged collard greens, pre-peeled onions, diced-and-measured mirepois, and hot pre-cooked BBQ ribs. Don't forget the ready-to-bake potatoes in their own foil.
- social plans in the Spring involve Methodist and Jewish friends organizing a camp out at the Catholic place for dinner on Friday.
- community activists want to turn backyards into full-on working barnyards, regardless of the impact around them. HOWEVER - they also think a garage sale sign on a street corner is a hanging offense.
- once a week a crowd of minivans and SUVs will converge on a street corner or parking lot so that their kids can walk to school.
- trick-or-treating on Halloween requires finding a parking spot three hours before ringing the first doorbell.
- no one pays retail for baby clothing or supplies. Just wait a week and you'll hear about a consignment sale.
- drive-through restaurants do brisk business for local citizens and visitors, while the legality of menu boards for said restaurants are debated for 18 months at a time - by the people using the drive-throughs.
- when someone is injured or has a new baby, a line of volunteers spontaneously forms to bring dinner for a few weeks. The pertinent details are distributed across town in less than an hour.