Author of the Queen City Boys books

4 thoughts on “The Seattle Freeze

  1. damn funny. I think I’m going to post that myself

  2. So, that’s basically saying that my anti-social behavior is because I live here? Does that mean if I moved someplace else I would instantly become social?

    I never really thought of Seattle that way. I guess it’s because I grew up here and had lots of frinds growing up. The fact that I have so few now isn’t because it’s hard for me to get to know people, it’s simply because I don’t want to. 🙂

  3. “friends”, I mean… can’t spell today

  4. Bunch of fucking whiny Californians…:P
    But seriously, I don’t get what’s so hard to understand. Every city I’ve lived in (or visited) has a different cultural language. If you can pick up the language and are willing to “speak” it, you can get by fine. But yeah, if you insist on speaking the language of your former city, you’re gonna get shut out. *Every* city is like this. Seattle is just a bit more self-obsessed and philosophical and wants to think it’s special 😛
    But I admit I’m a bit unsympathetic after having lived in 7 cities and making friends in each of them. And I’m a misanthropic loner. Dammit.

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