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Eight signs that it’s summer once again in Utah:

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8. Dudes are wearing the same shorts they wore all winter, just accessorized with a new hoodie.

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7. Xeriscaping suddenly makes so much sense again: “Hey, this is a desert!nn

6. Rocky Anderson fires another round of employees. Only it’s warmer outside.

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5. Local TV news anchors’ tans are downgraded from Freakish Orange to Burnt Sienna.

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4. Your office attire that was “skimpy” and “whore-ish” all winter has somehow become “summery” and “cute.nn

3. Super Dell arrests for paragliding, Capitol building base-jumping and X-treme yachting spike on the police blotter.

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2. Drinking margaritas on the front porch all day is now considered festive, not sad.

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1. The annual drama of City Weekly’s hottest employees gracing the cover of the Summer Guide and making the rest feel inferior and homely is back!

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