People are so creative! This man created a hilarious song about Idaho and how it "sucks" and people should "tell all their friends". The tongue-in-cheek song will definitely make you giggle. 

The satirical song originally was posted in 2019 but it is still hilarious 3 years later. And I know so many people have had a similar sentiment. However, that does not mean that people should be mean to people moving here. It really makes me sad when I see people talk about how unfriendly the locals are because I have found this community to be amazing.

Moving on from the serious stuff, listen to this great song and tell me it doesn't get stuck in your head right away. Also, if you don't have a sense of humor, you may not want to watch it.

I have been listening to it more often than I like to admit. It is so catchy. Again, I don't think it is right for anyone to be mean to a person who has just moved here. Moving is hard enough, starting over is trying, a little kindness can go a long way. There have been so many reports of people saying they are getting harrassed because they just moved here, or are "not native". Idahoans love Idaho, but lots of people coming to Idaho want to become Idahoans because they love it too.

Just remember, for anyone that doesn't love Idaho or wants to change it, "Idaho sucks, tell all your friends".

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