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bucketmouth64

Ocean on your left

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What does the phrase "the ocean is on your left" mean for those living in California? Any truth to this? I've heard this phrase said a few times. I don't know anyone from there or never been there. Seems to me if you are facing South how can the ocean be on your left. confused.gif Oh well, just call me naive frown.gif . Makes for good conversation.

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hey bucket, I believe it's the same as saying drive north if the land it n/s. Or Ocean on your R if you should drive south if you were in LA.

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i've lived out hear for five years come halloween. i can't recall ever hearing this. it still seems weird when people refer to the midwest as 'back east'. i guess everything is east for californians cool.gif

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I lived in California also, and I always thought it was part of giving directions to people.

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I also never heard it. I lived in southern Cal.11-12 yrs. confused.gif

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