A behavior found in Minnesota and other back-woods locations. This behavior consists of one or more persons engaging in one of the following behaviors: 1) Charging into an opening elevator or other open doorway not allowing people to exit. 2) Standing in a store or other aisle blocking it from use by others (this is often done by groups of people talking) and staring blankly at the products on the shelves. 3) Driving in another person's blind spot when there is plenty of open road to use.
A "Minnesota Maneuver" happened to me today, some guy in a Viking shirt spilled my drink all over me when I was trying to get off the elevator.
by PBTRNYNY June 21, 2011