It's always interesting to hear what newcomers and out-of-staters think about New Hampshire. Sometimes, their observations are obvious. For instance, a lifelong Floridian will be shocked by our cold temperatures and fairly short summers. Then there are the less "in-your-face" things, like how we don't legally have to wear seatbelts, nor do we have a sales tax.

In the past, we've talked about everything from things that shocked people after moving to New Hampshire to the things people say when they hear you're from New Hampshire, and even things you'll only understand if you live in New Hampshire. These conversations made it clear there are so many things only us locals can truly understand and relate to, and these experiences bring us together in often humorous ways.

So, once arriving in the Granite State, you'll now be in the loop about what to expect. But what about the rules? After all, if you're sticking around for a while, it's important to know the 411.

No, we're not talking about the official rules and laws of our state (although those are important to follow), but rather the unspoken rules that locals try to honor. Even though those rules aren't officially enforced, most people around here definitely try to abide by them, and you'd be doing these folks a solid by doing the same.

So, what are these rules? We took to Facebook to ask you, and the results are in. We'll bet that you're already following these unwritten Granite Stater guidelines, albeit consciously or subconsciously.

So, let's take a look at these 12 unwritten New Hampshire rules. Do some of them ring a bell?

12 Unwritten New Hampshire Rules That All Granite Staters Know

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