9 Things Non-Minnesotans Don’t Understand About Minnesota
I've experienced too many people who assume the stereotypes about Minnesotans are true. I've even experienced it over the pond in the UK! So let's set things straight:
Maybe it's because we're so used to it but it really isn't too bad. That is unless it's, like, -40 degrees and there's a bunch of wind, that's not fun.
Humidity + heat = not a good time!
I only intentionally say it when I'm joking around. It's all fun and games until you say "Uff Dah" un-ironically.
But I wish I did! And a boat too!
True story: When I was in band in college we traveled to England. When we were being introduced to the audience, the man introducing us basically described Minnesota as being in Canada. Please look at a map, sir.
But I do! Yeah, I'm a crazy Scandinavian.
Just kidding, but seriously, if you don't like the State Fair people really wonder what's wrong with you.
We're too awkward to know how to say a proper good-bye so it turns into a 15-minute ordeal.
I blame how horrible construction season is here on this! If we all followed the proper zipper merge technique it wouldn't be nearly as bad, right?!