It’s different up here. People look different, act different, and to someone coming from the South, they seem rude, unfriendly, never make eye contact or utter a greeting.
The term, “Southern Hospitality” did not come to be without reason. Normally, these secrets would stay in the South, but in an effort to make the coming months a little more bearable for me, I’m going to let the cat out of the bag.
Please note that no one has ever died saying, “please”, “thank you”, “hello”, “good-bye”, “excuse me” or “after you”, and supposedly it takes less muscles to smile than it does to scowl.
The weather is miserable but people don’t have to be. Though maybe it’s part of the national heritage, like Canadian Content.Share