37 Arizona Sayings

In this post, you will find amazing Arizona sayings.

Short Arizona Sayings

 

“In Arizona we salt margaritas, not sidewalks.” —Unknown

 

“Arizona, our beautiful state, was built on mining.” —Jan Brewer

 

“I often say that Arizonans should decide what’s best for Arizona.” —Jane D Hull

 

“I’m very optimistic about my home state of Arizona.” —John Mcccain

 

“Some word – from before this translation.” —Ted Hughes

 

“The earth music for those who listen.” —William Shakespeare

 

“Arizona is really cool but I couldn’t stay there for too long.” —Dar Williams

 

“The Arizona desert takes hold of a man’s mind and shakes it.” —David W. Toll

 

“Arizona is a great place to be a radiation researcher.” —Steven Magee

 

“Even the plants in Arizona wanted to hurt you.” —Janette Rallison

 

“Arizona is gorgeous. The sunshine in arizona is gorgeous red.” —Cecilia Bartoli

 

“Arizona is a red state, and we’re going to keep it red.” —Jan Brewer

 

“I grew up in Arizona and have a lot of buddies that are cowpokes.” —Michael Biehn

 

“Arizona changes its state motto to Damn, it’s hot.” —Greg Proops

Arizona Sayings

 

“Arizona is now recognized as a premier place in which to locate, expand and grow a business.” —Jan Brewer

 

“I ain’t movin’ to Arizona! Dammit, there is nothin’ there but gravel and scorpions.” —Mary Doria Russell

 

“I also want to thank arizona citizens for their efforts at conserving energy last summer.” —Jane D Hull

 

“It’s like if you lived in Arizona and someone says she was in the Grand Canyon.” —Unknown

 

“Arizona has a very, very special place in my heart. I love people of Arizona.” —Donald Trump

 

“You know you’re an Arizona native when you hug a cactus only once in your lifetime.” —Nancy Dedera

 

“By working together, we can make Arizona a place where everyone has an opportunity for a better life.” —Doug Ducey

 

“Racial discrimination is illegal. It’s illegal in the United States. It’s illegal in Arizona. It has been and it will continue to be.” —Jan Brewer

 

“It was a scary moment. I’d gotten used to living in Arizona; it was home.” —Daniel Anaya

 

“The only way to get around Arizona is by small private plane.” —Cindy MnCain

 

“You know you’re from Arizona when you feed your chickens ice cubes to keep them from laying hard-boiled eggs.” —Local saying

 

“If you want to live in a state known for its corruption, come to Arizona!” —Steven Magee

 

“Arizona may be the only state in America where mothers don’t tell their children that someday they can grow up and be president.” —John McCain

 

“It’s not at all naturally human to see something like the Grand Canyon as beautiful.” —David Roberts

 

“In Arizona, shade trees are your best friends — and occasionally the basis of small civil wars over parking.” —Terri Guillemets

 

“There’s not a single person in Arizona today who would say the Grand Canyon was a mistake.” —Stewart Udall

 

“Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona.” —Unknown

 

“The Great Arizona Desert is full of the bleaching bones of people who waited for me to start something.” —Robert Benchley

Top Five Arizona Sayings

 

Here you will find top five Arizona sayings selected by our team.

  1. “It’s like if you lived in Arizona and someone says she was in the Grand Canyon.” —Unknown
  2. “By working together, we can make Arizona a place where everyone has an opportunity for a better life.” —Doug Ducey
  3. “You know you’re from Arizona when you feed your chickens ice cubes to keep them from laying hard-boiled eggs.” —Local saying
  4. “Arizona is a red state, and we’re going to keep it red.” —Jan Brewer
  5. “Arizona is gorgeous. The sunshine in arizona is gorgeous red.” —Cecilia Bartoli