Being humorous in the south is like being argumentative in New York, you’re in trouble when you are aren’t. – Roy Blount, Jr.
A sense of humor is to southerners what a chip on the shoulder is to New Yorkers. – Roy Blount, Jr.
While it is true when living in DC, I met New Yorkers as those alluded to in the quotes above, my experience living in Buffalo has been anything but. Buffalo is known as the City of Good Neighbors, a title I’ve found to be true. What are your thoughts when encounter people from a different area that you’ve heard about through stories?
Reference: I never metaphor I didn’t like by Dr. Mardy Grothe (2008) Harper Collins Publishing
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