Thursday, February 08, 2007

You Might Be From North Dakota if...

I figured that this post would be appropriate for the weather that we are having! :D This is kind of long, but well worth the laughs (whether it is laughing at North Dakota or laughing because it is true, or both)! Feel free to add your own (about any state).

You Might Be From North Dakota...

If you can walk on water without falling in.
If the idea of snow in June doesn't surprise you.
If you remember trick-or-treating in the snow.
If you think a light dusting of snow is anything under three feet.
If you are elated when "spring thaw" happens before June 1st.
If the phrase "a mite brisk (or chilly) outside" refers to a temperature that is ONLY -20.
If you've scraped frozen rain off your car windows with a credit card or spatula.
If you drive your 4x4 around in a blizzard looking for stranded motorists.
If you drive to town during a blizzard just to see if the weather man knows what he's talking about.
If you consider the wind "calm" from 0-15 mph, "kinda breezy" from 15-30 mph, and "kinda windy" for more than 30 mph.
If you consider the temperature "OK" down to -10 F., "kinda chilly" from -10 to -20 F., "chilly" from -20 to -30 F., and "kinda cold" for more than -30 F.
If you've spent the last 15 minutes getting your child dressed to play in the snow only to have him tell you he has to go potty now.
If you design your Halloween costumes to fit over snowmobile suits.
If you know the four seasons--Winter, Still Winter, Not Winter, and Almost Winter.
If you find -40 degrees only a mite chilly.
If somewhere in the state is a piece of frozen metal with bits of your tongue stuck to it.
If snow tires come standard on all your cars.
If you have ever been frostbitten and sunburned in the same week.
If your Easter bonnet had ear flaps.
If you think the first day of winter is the day your tongue first sticks to the clothesline pole.
If you recognize the 4th of July as the only day of the year warm enough to light firecrackers without gloves on.
If you wonder why other parts of the country complain about it being 20 F. in the middle of winter.
If the whole state doesn't shut down the minute there's a foot of snow on the ground.
If you're not afraid to walk across the lake in January.
If the forecast is for 60 mph winds, 3 feet of snow, 60 below wind chills, and the highway is full of people from any small town going to any big city, even if it's 120 miles, just to shop, or for the absolutely necessary reason of attending a basketball tournament.
If you consider any temperature above 32 F. a heat wave.
If your home town has ever had the nation's high and low for the exact same day.
If you take a trip to the deep south and people see your license plate and ask you if you live in an igloo.
If you don't think it's cold unless your eyelashes stick together when you blink.
If you say, "It must be a nice day, it's above zero."
If you check the condition of your winter boots in August.
If when the wind blows 20 miles an hour, it has died down to a breeze.
If you think snow is supposed to fall horizontally.
If you describe July as the worst sledding month.
If when the temperature gets up to 20 degress without wind, you still put on a coat but don't button it and don't bother with the hat or gloves.
If white is the color or your world 6 to 7 months a year.
If there is no question of having a white Christmas; the question is whether you'll have a white Halloween or Easter or even Memorial Day.
If you name blizzards.
If you carry an ice scraper in your car year-round.
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