We're New Englanders. Snowstorms and bad weather are nothing new for us. Even though we've had it pretty easy for a while, it doesn't look like that's going to continue this winter. But one thing for sure is that with the winter weather, come bad behavior. Specifically, Masshole snowstorm behavior. What's that you ask? Read on. What's Masshole snowstorm behavior? To answer that, we have to define Masshole. The word was officially added to the Oxford Dictionary in 2015, and defined as "a term of contempt for: a native or inhabitant of the state of Massachusetts." It's funny how the term is meant to be one of contempt, but people here actually wear it as a badge of honor. A lot of residents are proud to be Massholes. Some have even created social media accounts to show their pride. One guy named Dalton DeLima has over 80,000 followers on TikTok where he calls himself The Proper Masshole. He provides content that's "All Things Massachusetts." Typical Masshole behavior A lot of your typical Masshole behavior has to do with driving. We have a lot of road rage around here, and whenever people get in their cars, we can expect the Masshole in us to jump out. Whether it's driving on the roads, parking a car, or even as a passenger, this local behavior can be found everywhere in the state. While it's most exhibited on the roads, the behaviors are not limited to them. We can find MH behavior at: sporting events, concerts, in the supermarket (most likely at Market Basket), and we can't forget about the T. MHs are everywhere! Talk like a Masshole Apparently there's a certain language that comes with being a MH. Or at least some words you're most likely to hear around here. Think "packie" for liquor store, or "wicked" to emphasize something, like "that was a wicked good movie." And then there's "statie," a Massachusetts State Police officer. Let's take a look at some of the most egregious Masshole snowstorm behavior.