Hey all you "Real Americans" living in "Real America"

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  1. xotoxi
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    What do you all think of these people up in "New Hampshire" and "New England"?

    I bet you think that we're weird and sort of European, right?


    We don't have any Shoneys or Hardees up here.


    But we drive on the right side of the road, and our shit smells like shit.


    DISCUSS.
     
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    I'm pretty sure you said it all.
     
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    Well, you talk funny. And speak in short sentences. Tend to be very practical and hard working. Never been there, but those are traits that I have observed in people from that region.

    I would probably be more comfortable living there than in the deep south.
     
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    You guys do talk funny. I know a guy from Worchestershire or whatever (Mass), took him about 20 minutes to explain to me that he needed 'Parts.' I couldn't figure out in the context of the conversation why he needed pots.
     
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    I love a Boston accent, but people from Maine remind me of characters in a Stephen King novel...creepy.
     
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    I don't usually think of them.
     
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    Went there once or twice when I still lived in NY... seemed OK by me. Met a couple guys from Vermont though.. utter weirdos.
     
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    Is Wisstah.
     
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    I been to every corner of this nation many times. I can assure you everyone's shit smells like shit. :)
     
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    As long as we can all agree that New Jersey should be left floating in the ocean, I think we will all get along fine. :)


    -From a Virginian.
     

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