North Dakota Stands Alone!

We all know how awesome and unique living in North Dakota is, but there are so many people outside of our State that would raise an eyebrow and have not a clue of what some of our rituals are. What I mean is, there is no way that anyone can even begin to relate our ways of life.

Ok let's get to the obvious, our weather

North Dakotans know for a fact that one of the biggest things we face is the weather. Most people can't comprehend that one day it could be in the 70s and less than 24 hours later it's 30 degrees cooler. So of course there will be many that can't even try and relate. With that, let me give you some ways of North Dakota life that may seem odd to others.

Here are just 6 things that other people may find Unthinkable

6 Normal Things For North Dakota That Others Find Odd

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