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What does he look like? See picture.
What are his hobbies? See ‘about me’ and nearly every other entry detailing the loves of my life.
What are his dislikes? See any blog about flying or about frowny, whiny human beings.
C) You form relationships quick! You get connected to people too fast because you cannot help but see the overwhelming brightness in all people. Sure, there are individuals that just don’t radiate great energy, but with Minnesota Nice, you are guaranteed to try and see the smile in a person, regardless of how far down it might be inside of them.
J) You spend too much time worrying about things you’ve done wrong and never really understand that, often, things out of your control cannot possibly be your fault.
So that’s the sickness I have; that’s the disease that many Minnesotans share. And the reason it’s a problem is this: when people ask you something like, “why are you being so nice?” or say “you can’t do that, it’s too much!” I don’t understand why he or she is so surprised by what I’ve done. It’s just what I do.
“Of course, yes, definitely. I can sit at the coffee bar and get another cup. It’s empty.”
“That’s too much. That’s so nice. You Americans, you’re great.”
“You can tell I’m American?”
“Oh, would you? What a great idea!”
“Why are you being so nice?”
“Do you always do things like this?”
“You’re the only person that has stopped and I’ve been scrambling for, like, 5 minutes!”
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