Arizona is home to the jaw-dropping Grand Canyon, crazy desert wildlife, and very hot summers.
North Carolina ranks among the top 10 most popular states in the country. The perks of living in the Tar Heel State are endless, but as with any region, NC has it’s downfalls… Here are 7 reasons why life in North Carolina isn’t all that great.
With Charlotte as the second largest banking city in the country and the Research Triangle continually offering new employment, there is just too much choice!
Chivalry and southern hospitality do still exist, and North Carolina is a frustratingly perfect example of it. Walking in and out of buildings, you’re sure to be bombarded by courteous people offering their manners.
Feel free to blame the state for it’s addicting southern cuisine. It’s not your fault you’ve gained weight; the state should really produce less tasty meals.
Anyone who gets to wake up to this view everyday is obviously a spoiled person who takes life for granted.
People living in NC often spend more money on sunscreen and after-sun products. If you live by the coast, you’re likely always having to drag your heavy sunglasses around with you as well.
So this one really can be unfortunate at times, especially if you enjoy watching intoxicated people make a fool of themselves at breakfast. So much for breakfast and a show!
What’s worse than waking up to a snow day? Unfortunately, schools in NC are notorious for closing early at the first signs of snow. You’ll just have to forgive your school for the lack of homework.