Maybe you were on vacation in Montana, and you think you fell in love with it…or maybe you saw pictures online of Montana and decided you want to move here. Well, don’t pack up yet, outsiders, as there are a few things you should know about Montana before putting in your notice at work. Just as with people, looks are not everything. For example:
So, basically, these are just a few of the reasons you should second-guess your decision to move here. Rumor has it, the maximum people population has been reached–although I haven’t confirmed that yet, I am pretty sure it is accurate. Montana is a great place to visit, but you definitely shouldn’t move here. That way you can avoid having to learn to speak “cow”, getting used to eating cow testicles, being overwhelmed by the size of the sky, being attacked by predators and dealing with unpredictable weather.
We wish you the best of luck with your move to anywhere other than Montana! 🙂
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