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    Anyone else notice this?

    For example, people in the south of England tend to be much louder and more confident than people in say Scotland, where it's much colder and less sunny.

    It's parallel to the fact that much more people get depressed in winter due to the bad weather.

    This is a generalisation of course but the trend seems to ring true.

    Your thoughts?

    (Anon or delete cause I'll probably get negged for this).
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    why would you want to disguise your love for the climate?
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    How old are you? :lolwut: And you've only just noticed this? :facepalm:

    GTFO :mad2:
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    People in Scotland aren't loud?

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    I live in Scotland now, and I would say my scottish friends are very loud and confident! so quite a generalisation there.

    However, I agree more people are down and depressed when it's winter. It's Seasonal affective disorder.
 
 
 
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