What's The Most Annoying Onscreen Stereotype About Where You Live?

Watching TV and movies often requires suspension of disbelief, but glaring errors about the place you live can be pretty hard to ignore.

For example, stories set in New York City often feature dark, gritty alleyways, but the real NYC doesn't actually have that many alleys.

Jennifer Garner, in an Elektra costume, and Ben Affleck, in a maroon leather suit as Daredevil, engage in an intense fight scene wielding weapons
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And not everyone in Florida lives right on the water or spends all their time at the beach — a good portion of the state is farmland, a long drive from the shore.

Selena Gomez is sitting on the beach with Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine, all in bikinis and sunglasses, relaxing on towels by the shore
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And Orange County, California isn't all glitzy rich people galivanting around multimillion-dollar homes in fabulous outfits.

Gio Helou, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose on a luxurious balcony with an ocean view
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So, what's something Hollywood always gets wrong about your state or country? How could they depict it more accurately? Let us know in the comments, and your answer may be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!