We use snowballs to play fetch with our dogs. At random times during the winter, Minnesotans take a break from their day to just start their cars. Not to go anywhere, just to hear the glorious sound of an engine starting and to make sure the engine will start at degrees. We also leave our cars running sometimes when we go shopping. We rely on Minnesota nice maybe a bit too much.
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We might be called the Land of 10, lakes and but honestly, we should be called the land of 10,, mosquitoes. A Minnesota goodbye always takes about three hours. Not Duck Duck Goose. Nothing else. When you are at the lake and a boat goes by you always give a friendly wave.
Oh, stereotypes. We use that word so many times even without noticing it. If you want to know whether they are true or not, read more here to find it out. People tend to group other people based on their ethnicity, where they come from, how they look, gender profile, and so many other factors.