10 things you know if you live in New England
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10 things you know if you live in New England

If you live in New England, you know what I am talking about

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10 things you know if you live in New England

From Vermont to New Hampshire, to Massachusetts to Maine, and MORE, New England is by far one of the best places to live. Each state has the things they love about where they live, but when we come together and form New England we all know the same things.

1. You can drive 2 hours and be in another state.

There are some expectations, such as northern parts of Maine. But essentially driving around New England is really easy, not to mention beautiful.

2. New England runs on dunks.

There are lots of other types of doughnut shops but at some point you kneel down to Dunkin Donuts. From their classic donuts to specialized drinks, its either you are obsessed or you go to another shop.

3. "Wicked"

No matter where you live in New England, Wicked is an adverb. No if, ands or buts about it. Plus it's wicked annoying when people judge us when we use it.

4. Winter

Winter is a struggle. You shovel, it snows, so you have to shovel again, and guess what... IT SNOWS AGAIN. And the plow just loves to push the snow from the road into your driveway early in the morning doesn't he?

5. We love our teams.

Patriots, gotta love them. To some, this team is a religion, and if you don't agree, then that's bound to start some form of an argument... I mean conversation. Sorry Western New England, we still love you.

6. Fluffernutter sandwiches are a real thing.

Once, when I was in Florida, I asked for a fluff sandwich and the lady looked at me like I had 10 heads. But hey, we love our fluff.

7. Ben and Jerry's

If you have not been on a tour in the all holy factory of Ben and Jerry's, do you even live in New England??

8. Scenery

Who doesn't love driving around New England just looking at the gorgeous trees and mountains. We are extremely spoiled. SO many people from outside New England come here just for the leaves changing.

9. Weathermen are liars.

They could say it was going to be 50 degrees and suddenly it will start snowing. They are never to be trusted. New England weather is probably just too much for them.

10. You have at least skied or snowboarded once in you life.

Mountains such as Loon or Killington are the places to ski, but you could always start on the bunny hill. Most families have week long ski trips. And for the college students, or upcoming college students. Plymouth State University is best for this, as we get a free ski day, where classes are all canceled. And we get discount on rentals, and we are SO close to the mountains.


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