MADISON (WKOW) -- In a recent blog post on Movoto.com, their is a list of 10 Madison stereotypes. Blogger Kristiena Sartorelli's list includes Badger fanatics, lifestyle choices, and how Madisonians handle the snow. Here is #10 and the excerpt from the blog.
Madisonians Are Small Town Folk Living In A Big City
Initially, when interacting with the people of Madison you may think you're in a smaller, more rural town based on their demeanor.
They wave, smile and are generally willing to help you out of a sticky situation; like changing a tire or navigating to the place you thought you were already at. But then you look around and realize (or maybe you never forgot, but go with me on this one) that you are in a bustling metropolis.
Madison delivers the friendliness of a smaller town mixed in with all of the benefits, read culture, nightlife, shopping, etc. of living in a larger city.
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