Top-10 Reasons Why Everyone Should Marry A South Dakotan

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1. They are always up for a good DIY project. Which means they are happy to help fix your car or change your lightbulbs.

1. They are always up for a good DIY project. Which means they are happy to help fix your car or change your lightbulbs.

2. They are just plain nice. You won’t find nicer people anywhere in the country.

2. They are just plain nice. You won't find nicer people anywhere in the country.

3. From gardens to farming, they love to grow their own food. Which means they can provide for you.

3. From gardens to farming, they love to grow their own food. Which means they can provide for you.

4. All this farming and DIY stuff means they have a great work ethic.

4. All this farming and DIY stuff means they have a great work ethic.

5. They are always prepared. Whether it’s for a spontaneous trip or winter weather – South Dakotans have you covered.

5. They are always prepared. Whether it's for a spontaneous trip or winter weather - South Dakotans have you covered.

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6. They are sure to have strong family values.

6. They are sure to have strong family values.

7. The little things in life are always appreciated by a South Dakotan.

7. The little things in life are always appreciated by a South Dakotan.

8. South Dakotans are ridiculously good looking, but they never take themselves too seriously.

8. South Dakotans are ridiculously good looking, but they never take themselves too seriously.

9. They know how to make their own fun. It’s guaranteed you’ll have fun no matter what you do.

9. They know how to make their own fun. It's guaranteed you'll have fun no matter what you do.

10. You have an excuse to live in the most beautiful state.

10. You have an excuse to live in the most beautiful state.

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