15 Reasons Why You Should Never, Ever Move To New Hampshire
The Granite State is wonderful, but only those who are tough enough to really enjoy and appreciate our state should pack up their things and move north of try out the New Hampshire life. After all, not everyone is cut out for the for life in New Hampshire, but for those who are, it is the perfect fit. Use these 15 reasons as a test to see if you’re fit to stay…. or to get all those Massachusetts transplants to stay away!
1. You might miss fighting with your neighbors.
In New Hampshire the houses are more spread out, and everyone minds their own business. No pesky neighborhood arguments.
2. You may never enjoy a lazy snow day again.
New Hampshire doesn't come to a stop when it snows. Better to be work on time!
3. It takes way too long to grocery shop.
All that time spent catching up with people you know!
4. The behavior of the locals can be baffling.
They'll actually help you out when you need a hand!
5. The government doesn't regulate stupid behavior.
If people want to ride motorcycles without helmets or drive without seatbelts, who are we to stop them?
6. You never, ever, be able to spend a long time in the ocean.
It's just too damn cold.
7. There are all these pesky covered bridge to drive over.
A commute to work isn't supposed to be scenic!
8. The presidential candidates love our state.
And they probably want to hear from you.
9. You'll miss the pre-snow grocery store rush.
Up here, a snow storm is no big deal.
10. Fall will make you late. For everything.
The stunning leaves are just so distracting. Be sure to build extra time into your commute.
11. Your idea of warm water is the rest of the country's idea of a polar bear jump.
But its hilarious to fool friends who don't realize that our lakes and streams never get warm.
12. Money is just too easy to save.
Since it's not going to the government with each pay check.
13. You may involuntary clear the road when you see a license plate like this.
Massachusetts drivers are just the worst!
14. Spring will henceforth be referred to as "mud season."
Once you've lived through it, you'll know why.
15. You'll never be able to take a mediocre hike again.
You now expect them all to end with views like this.
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