Originally Posted by PMK is Innocent
Suey, next time you read this I have a question for you. I have a friend from Vermont and another one from Maine. They told me they can recognise people from New York and Mass straight away, without even having to speak, do you have that skill?
Choupi, thanks for that the Oscar Hernandez group on Facebook, will be all the richer for these photos.
Well I would need to have the accents to tell the difference but I will give you an example of what might be different. This is extreme of course and it is a generalization that your friends are speaking of
Does not apply to all.
When my Natester was turning one I had a birthday party for him at my home on a sunday afternoon. Invited the nieghbors, relatives and some friends ( the latter 2 from Massachusetts- love that word) One of the Mass couples showed up dressed to the nines while the rest of us were in shorts and T-shirts
So......... Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire are very very laid back. Although when the tourists from Mass and New York head up here for the summer they become laid back as well. It isn't hard to get used to this quiet lifestyle up here. I adore it. And sometimes I think Mainers act and think more like their northern counterparts in Canada