Hills People From the St. Louis Area Will Die On [PHOTOS]

There are a few things we, as humans, cannot accept: Pineapple does not go on pizza, you pour milk after the cereal, and so on and so forth. But there are some things that only St. Louis would go to war for. Remember the time the entire nation thought we were weird for breadslicing our bagels? Or just recently, when the rest of the United States found out about provel cheese? We faced these debates with our eyes on the prize, and we still haven't been proven wrong.

Here are some hills that St. Louisans will die on (because we're right and they're wrong.) 
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 It’s Bread Co., not Panera.
It’s Bread Co., not Panera.
Pizza should be as flat and thin as the corrugated cardboard the box it came in is made of.
Pizza should be as flat and thin as the corrugated cardboard the box it came in is made of.
Tornado alarms are merely suggestions; it is fine to stand outside and watch the storm. (Note: reasonable likelihood of actual death on this one.)
Tornado alarms are merely suggestions; it is fine to stand outside and watch the storm.

(Note: reasonable likelihood of actual death on this one.)
The Cardinals have the best fans in baseball.
Reuben Hemmer
The Cardinals have the best fans in baseball.
People who live in St. Charles are not "from St. Louis." Nor are those who live in Illinois. Quit frontin'.
People who live in St. Charles are not "from St. Louis." Nor are those who live in Illinois. Quit frontin'.
Ravioli is meant to be fried; you must then bewilderingly insist on referring to it as "toasted."
Vu Phong
Ravioli is meant to be fried; you must then bewilderingly insist on referring to it as "toasted."
Zoos should be free. Zoos that are not free are inferior.
Steve Truesdell
Zoos should be free. Zoos that are not free are inferior.
Dogtown is actually Ireland.
Dogtown is actually Ireland.
The number 3.14 is way less of a big deal than 314.
Courtesy Amy Burger
The number 3.14 is way less of a big deal than 314.
The City Museum is the No.1 spot everyone should see when they visit St. Louis.
The City Museum is the No.1 spot everyone should see when they visit St. Louis.