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> A gift of wild rice is the height of Minnesotan hospitality. To really
> put the icing on the cake, include a small carving of a loon,
> with a tiny red heart clutched in its beak and a baby loon on its back
> and a copy of "How to Talk Minnesotan" by Howard Mohr. This
> never fails
> to impress Easterners with our homey sincerity and friendliness.
Ah. For *that,* we send a Hudson's Bay blanket. Or a stuffed fur-bearing
trout, depending on the budget.
If we *really* like you, we'll send you an Inuit carving, preferably a
pointy one. This impresses people by showing our deep concern for personal
(If you don't understand that one, just ask the nearest Canadian :)
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