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Photo: MTA/ Oscar Gonzalez
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"Queensites are bridge and tunnel-lite" is just one of the 10 Queens stereotypes on a list posted on Real estate brokerage website Movoto.

Every New York City borough has its stereotypes—from the Wall Street banker to the Brooklyn hipster.

Queens is no exception.

Real estate brokerage website Movoto has posted a list of the “10 Queens Stereotypes That Are Completely Accurate.”

They include “people from Queens all secretly (or not so secretly) Mets fans at heart,” “Queens is where guidos and guidettes stand tall and proud (as does their hair)” and “Queensites are bridge and tunnel-lite.”

Do you think these Queens stereotypes are true? Click here to read the full list.

 

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