The Star in Frisco hosting football games is one reason Thrillist Travel says Frisco is obnoxious.

The Star in Frisco hosting football games is one reason Thrillist Travel says Frisco is obnoxious.

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Thrillist Travel put together a list of the the most "obnoxiously rich" suburbs of America's largest 35 cities, and Frisco's on it. The writer notes that their "methods are partly data-driven, mostly subjective." In the case of Frisco, it appears to have been approximately 100 percent subjective, with the distinguishing obnoxiousness factor in Thrillist's book being the new  $1.5 billion Dallas Cowboys headquarters

Wanna know what's really obnoxious about Frisco? Here we go:

This water park with $6 to $8 admission that people take mini summer road trips to because it's so affordable. How rude, Frisco.

An overhead view of an expanded outdoor water park at Frisco Athletic Center.

An overhead view of an expanded outdoor water park at Frisco Athletic Center.

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Pizzeria Testa made our Best in DFW Pizza list for its "well-charred, wide-edged, beautifully blistered crusts." *Eye-roll*


A margherita pizza comes out of the wood fired oven at Pizzeria Testa.

A margherita pizza comes out of the wood fired oven at Pizzeria Testa.

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Dr Pepper Ballpark is a charmingly old-school place to catch a game. Oh, and it has its own lazy river. Because of course it would.


Dallas Mavericks player Dirk Nowitzki tried out the lazy river before his Dirk Nowitzki's 2016 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game at Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, yet another event that's in Frisco.

Dallas Mavericks player Dirk Nowitzki tried out the lazy river before his Dirk Nowitzki's 2016 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game at Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, yet another event that's in Frisco.

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Frisco Commons Park is home to a huge playground called Hope Park designed to accommodate children with special needs, as well as a lively splash park and plenty of wide-open spaces. So ostentatious

Vidya Konda of Plano tried keep her son's kite afloat in the light breezes at the Kite Flying Festival at Frisco Commons Park in Frisco. 

Vidya Konda of Plano tried keep her son's kite afloat in the light breezes at the Kite Flying Festival at Frisco Commons Park in Frisco. 

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The Dallas Stars practice at Dr Pepper Arena. And it's free for the public to go watch. Sigh.


Tyler Seguin of the Dallas Stars geared up for sprints during practice at the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco during a 2014 practice.

Tyler Seguin of the Dallas Stars geared up for sprints during practice at the Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco during a 2014 practice.

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This sculpture. Sea monsters are insufferable.

This sculpture is at Hall Office Park.

This sculpture is at Hall Office Park.

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At Platia Greek Kouzina, servers light saganaki (fried cheese) on fire and yell, "Opa!" And the restaurant's known for its warm welcomes and well-prepared food. Show-offs.

Saganaki, a mild Greek cheese, leaves the kitchen sizzling and is flamed at the table at Platia.

Saganaki, a mild Greek cheese, leaves the kitchen sizzling and is flamed at the table at Platia.

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Toyota Stadium is home to FC Dallas games, as well as concerts. Whatever.

Yeah, yeah, FC Dallas midfielder Victor Ulloa (8) flashed a heart shape to show that he loves his fans. That's the kind of thing that happens in Frisco.

Yeah, yeah, FC Dallas midfielder Victor Ulloa (8) flashed a heart shape to show that he loves his fans. That's the kind of thing that happens in Frisco.

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Texas Legends D-League basketball games offer plenty of fun stuff for kids to do on the sidelines — and the players are always really sweet to young fans. What's wrong with this place?

A youngster had his shirt signed by players during Legends Fan Jam at Dr Pepper Arena.

A youngster had his shirt signed by players during Legends Fan Jam at Dr Pepper Arena.

Anja Schlein/Special Contributor

Frisco Library doesn't just have tons of books, there are also views of Frisco Square and a Ready to Read Railroad area with special activities for preschoolers. OBNOXIOUS.

Kids played in the kitchen area at the Ready to Read Railroad at the Frisco Public Library.

Kids played in the kitchen area at the Ready to Read Railroad at the Frisco Public Library.

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