It's always interesting to hear what people think about New Hampshire, whether they're lifelong residents, out-of-state newcomers, or vacationers visiting for the first time.

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

But let's stray from the truth for a second, and discuss the lies that New Hampshire locals tell themselves. Perhaps you insist that the cold winter temperatures don't bother you that much, when in all actuality, you frequently dream about living the snowbird lifestyle. Maybe you claim that you'll eventually move away to a larger city, but realistically-speaking, the Granite State has your heart and will always feel like home.

We decided to ask our readers on Facebook for their thoughts on what lies Granite Staters tell themselves, and received all sorts of interesting answers. Let's look at some of them below. Do any hit close to home?

14 Lies That New Hampshire Locals Tell Themselves

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Now, let's look at some things you should NEVER do in New Hampshire if you want to stay on people's good sides.

16 Things You Should Never Do in New Hampshire

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Locals say that these are some of the best towns in New Hampshire. Is one of them yours?

These Are 10 of the Best Towns in New Hampshire, According to Locals

Be sure to scroll to the bottom to see what town was deemed the best according to Granite Staters.

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