My older sister lives in Indiana. We were talking on the phone yesterday when she idly asked, “So how’s the weather out there?”
“Oh, you know,” I said. “Just so-so. The fog stayed in longer than usual in the morning so I don’t think it got above seventy-two degrees yesterday. And last night it was down in the fifties, so cold I had to close the window.”
“Augh!” she said, or at least she said something that might have been spelled that way. “I hate you! It’s been over ninety here for days, and it doesn’t get any cooler than about seventy-eight at night!”
That’s how to annoy someone from Indiana.
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The entire Midwest is mad at you.
And the beauty of it is, it works in mid-winter too.
Chance, Jean, and Angela — But you can all pity us when the big earthquake hits — pity us, and come help us rebuild, if you can.