It will be another hot day in Dallas as the sun rises over the skyline on Friday, July 31, 2015.

It will be another hot day in Dallas as the sun rises over the skyline on Friday, July 31, 2015.

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Dallas is full of friendly people with a lot of love to give. But there must be balance, and we can't love everything under the sun. So in order to get out some of our negative energy, here's some stuff we hate, starting with, well, the sun.

The heat

Sweating through your favorite shirt isn't an anomaly in Texas, it's a birth right. While we love the heat during mild months like October and November, the summer's constant sizzle is the ideal topic to start this list.

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Jerry Jones

From the bronzed skin to the bleached hair, Jerry Jones is Dallas' most love-to-hate man. You built a $1B stadium? Thanks. But please, get the Cowboys to the playoffs this year.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones looks at the video board in the war room during round one of the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at The Star in Frisco, Texas.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones looks at the video board in the war room during round one of the 2017 NFL Draft on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at The Star in Frisco, Texas.

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Houston

Bigger isn't always better, and Houston is the perfect example of this. We have better food and better football.

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Traffic

Simply put, Dallas traffic is the worst. (Except for Houston. Still glaring at you, Houston.)

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Californians

Thanks to our booming economy, folks from across the nation are flocking to Texas' big cities. We welcome all to our state with open arms, except for those pesky Californians. Totally not chill, brah.

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Bad Tex-Mex

In Dallas, authentic, tasty Tex-Mex cuisine is just a stone's throw away. Maybe that's why we get so angry when we're served beans from a can and queso that can only resemble Velveeta.

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Oklahoma

You know why Texas doesn't fall into the Gulf of Mexico? Because Oklahoma sucks. Oklahomans suck because they drive too slow on D-FW freeways. And when it comes to sports, even fans of non-Longhorn college football teams in Texas can agree Oklahoma teams shouldn't be allowed to win games at the Cotton Bowl.

Texas Longhorns quarterback Shane Buechele (7) runs with the ball in the second half during the Red River Showdown between the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns at the Cotton Bowl at Fair Park in Dallas Saturday October 8, 2016

Texas Longhorns quarterback Shane Buechele (7) runs with the ball in the second half during the Red River Showdown between the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns at the Cotton Bowl at Fair Park in Dallas Saturday October 8, 2016

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Chili with beans

You know what's great about chili? Meat. You know what's not great about chili? Everything else. Get those beans outta here!

Guide to modern peasant food photographed on May 18, 2011. Espresso Black Bean Chili

Guide to modern peasant food photographed on May 18, 2011. Espresso Black Bean Chili

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Hipsters

The beards. The plaid shirts. The ironic glasses. Almost everything about Dallas' few, and thankfully far between, hipsters makes us want to roll our eyes ... forever.

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The DART

We love the idea of public transit. We just love the idea of hating DART more. Things that could fix this? More rail lines, to start. And being on time, yeah, more of that.

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Overpriced cocktails

Some Dallasites are willing to pay more than $15 for a shaken drink. This isn't Sex and the City; we like out drinks two ways -- cheap and potent.

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BONUS: Tony Romo

You know what's bigger than Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's ears? The amount of hate reserved for him after another botched fourth quarter. He may not be our quarterback anymore, but the only thing Dallasites loved more than watching him succeed was watching him disappoint them over and over again.

Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett (left) and quarterback Tony Romo (9) before a preseason NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. 

Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett (left) and quarterback Tony Romo (9) before a preseason NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. 

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