Minnesotans are proud of their accents. You betcha. But crack a joke about basically living in Canada? Don’t you dare!
If it isn’t made in a specifically designated casserole dish, it is a hot dish. Apparently.
My husband says the “fun” in this is that you can now trick people by saying “Duck, Duck, GREEN duck” or something.
Not that I’m a big sports fan in general, but I miss in-state rivalries. Iowa vs Iowa State is WAY more exciting than being expected to root for your state!
5) Topic #1 in conversation is traffic. How was your drive? Did you take 494? How is 52 today? You live in Town A . . . isn’t that about a 12 minute drive?
I’m still new around here, so I haven’t the faintest idea which way is the best way to get from point A to Point B. Nor do I care if 52 is a little backed up heading south today. Maybe it’s a big city thing.
Hate it I tell you. Just don’t remind anyone that Okoboji is in Iowa. They like Okoboji.
I just laugh, because I remember being super jealous of friends who made weekend trips to the mall, and now that I live here, we avoid it like the plague most of the time.
This one I understand. I’m a Cubs fan (just please don’t tell the Minnesotans that!).
I don’t know why, but it seems that when you say goodbye to someone the first time, it means another 10-20 minutes before you ACTUALLY part ways. If you have the chance to leave at the first goodbye TAKE IT IMMEDIATELY or you will never leave.
10) I’m so excited to stay here!!
Minnesota has it’s quirks, but I absolutely love it!