man i love seattle. spent a lot of time there.
i love the vibe, and i guess that has to
do with the people.
man and the food. the food!
everybody at shucker's is so nice.
and the brooklyn oyster bar. swoon.
I'm going to play devil's advocate and say that Vancouver is nicer, though. Of course, I have spent far more time in Vancouver than Seattle. I do like Seattle, at least I like Pike Place Market, and the many great bookshops and cafes. But...most people I know who've been to both say something like "I went to Seattle and thought it was great, but then I went to Vancouver and that was like a better version of Seattle!"
it's pretty much an ideal. I bet a lot of the Indies and hipsters from Seattle would like to think of themselves as passive agressive, and some probably are, but it's become a hype more than a reality, per se. that's the problem with hip town.
but still, Seattle is probably my favorite place in the continental US.
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Hmmm, good to hear all your comments and input. They must be trippin! Next time I hear that Im going to have to make them give me some concrete examples...this will be an interesting debate. I will keep ya posted
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I took the assertiveness quiz. I got "assertive", which is apparently an option as well.
As far as people in Seattle being passive aggressive, some are I'm sure, but every state has passive aggressive people. Maybe the technological thing Seattle has going on, or the progressive mentality there, like San Francisco, attracts a certain type of personality in some cases, that maybe could be interpreted by some as douchey. But you're not going to find any shortage of people like that anywhere else. And some places without those kinds of people might have prevalence of other types to avoid, like rednecks or criminals (or in some scenarios, people who are both).
So, maybe there's some truth...But really, there's plenty of passive aggressive people. The East Coast is certainly crawling with them, this I know from experience.
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