Idaho has been an awesome and welcoming community to me. I have also tried to avoid saying anything super controversial. If you are new to the area, Idahoans will be friendly but don't say these phrases or it may end up in a fight.
Every state has their own set of "rules" or "guidelines". Idaho is no different. We have come up with some of the rules that people in Idaho follow and when you "break" one of these rules, we instantly know you are not from around here.
I know it sounds weird to say that you can hear photos, but it is true. These photos from Twin Falls and surrounding area, when you look at them you can hear exactly what is going on and it is amazing. Some are loud, others quiet and peaceful.
Every state has their own different forms of communication and ways to say things. If you are from Idaho you have definitely said these things, some of them you have probably screamed, while driving down the road, or at your children.
Idaho does not have a law stating that it is illegal to leave your pets outside in the snow. Some dogs and cats actually prefer to be outside in the snow, but how do you know if a pet is in danger or if they are just enjoying the weather? Idaho Humane Society has some tips for animal safety in the cold.
People in Idaho are very proud of their state and where they are from. Even though I am not a native, I feel like I should have grown up here. If you recently moved here or are visiting, there are things no one should say to an Idahoan.
We all remember being in our 20's. Our biggest worry was paying our rent on time and not getting fired. Life was so wonderful and easy. If you feel like you might never be as happy as your were in your 20's there is good news. You'll find that happiness again ...
If you ask me, it truly is about the little things that make us happy on a daily basis. It has to be that way because, if you are anything like me, the big things only come around every 5 years or so.