Here Are 10 Things You’ll Never Catch Anyone From Montana Doing
In Montana, it’s all about expecting the unexpected. Just like it has been known to snow in July, you can always count on our citizens to be a little random. However, there are some things you’ll never catch Montanans doing. These are a few of them.
1. Speaking poorly of Montana.
Sure, we might complain about a few things or lightheartedly mock certain towns, but we’ve got a lot of state pride here.
2. Driving too slowly.
What are you, new? Drive the speed limit (or a little faster), especially on the freeway.
3. Going vegan.
OK, this is a bit of a blanket statement. Of course Montana has vegans… just like Florida has snow on occasion. They’re that rare.
4. Voting against gun rights.
We take the Second Amendment quite seriously here.
5. Calling any of our major attractions overrated.
Glacier National Park is basically paradise. Every other attraction is awesome as well.
6. Being bored.
Unless you’re 100% snowed in or otherwise incapacitated, if you’re bored in Montana, you’re doing Montana wrong.
7. Going clubbing.
Our idea of nightlife is completely different than most people’s.
8. Staying home just because there’s a little snow on the ground.
Half of us learned to drive during winter blizzards. We can handle it.
9. Turning down dessert.
Wild huckleberry pie? Cherry or rhubarb anything? Yes, please.
10. Suggesting anyone move to Montana.
Sorry, strangers and loved ones who live far away. We appreciate your visits, but we’re full enough as it is.
We’ve really got our own unique culture here in Montana. Here are a few t
hings every true Montanan has done at least once.
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