For those of you who make the mistake of moving to a small, close-knit town surrounded by nothing but corn fields as far as the eye can see, and who wish to be known as something other than 'the newcomer' or 'the outsider', here's a little bit of advice for you. Go to the grocery store, and introduce yourself to everyone and anyone you meet (remember to buy groceries though, and don't be overly friendly, because those two things combined with make people think you are 'on the spectrum', a label worse than death in small towns). Why? Because in towns with a population of five thousand or less, everyone passes through the doors of the grocery store at least once every week. Not to mention that the worst (or the best, depending on your view) gossips tend to hang around there, looking for a fresh tidbit of news.
Trust me on this, I know what I'm talking about. Having moved to eight different cities in my life, five of which were small farming towns, I consider myself a bit on an expect on the matter. Go in, stock up on enough groceries to last a year, and make small talk with people who approach you (which will probably be everyone). Tell them your name, what your hobbies and interests are, and exactly what your business in their town is. Don't make stuff up, don't avoid questions, and always stay polite.
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