When I was walking around Clumber park I felt something was wrong. It took a while to work out what it was but I eventually twigged that rather a lot of people were saying hello.
Now this sometimes happens at bird reserves but mostly people in the South East studiously ignore you. So you can imagine I was a bit disconcerted as a bunch of Northerners (I'm sure they were midlanders but they sounded "funny" so we'll call them Northerners) say good morning every five seconds.
I'm not saying its a bad thing just that if you try it down here people will assume there is something a little bit odd about you.
Curiously this happened more at Clumber than anywhere else, I'm not sure if there is something in that.