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I saw the jersey one, and reminded me of this. I read this before, it's from blogthings (a website.)

Well, here ya go... yah, der hey... :p



You can taste a difference in cheese made somewhere else

You own at least one tie with a or peice of jewelry with a Green Bay Packer theme

You can find and pronounce : Eau Claire, Oconomowoc, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, and La Crosse, Fond du Lac.

You can correctly spell Milwaukee.

You know what "bubbler" means.

At least one of your family members works / worked in a cheese factory.

A holstein cow outside of Wisconsin makes you miss home.

You can taste the difference between apples grown up north and the ones that you can buy in the south.

When talking about the Green Bay Packers you refer to them as "we".

When the weather hits 0 degrees you decide that maybe it's time to get out a jacket instead of a sweatshirt.

The family gets together every week for fish fry at the local pub.

You know what a brat is, and they're at every outdoor event that your family has ever had.

You know how to make a very good sled out of normal household items.

Your love you outdoor pool because of how it doubles as an ice skating area during the winter.

You can tell the difference between the smell of cow manure and pig manure.

You have watched Fargo and not noticed an accent.

You drive around with the air conditioning on until it hits 30 degrees, because it just was so darn hot outside.

The local paper needs 6 pages to cover the Packers... in July!

Your best shirt has a big letter G on it.

You've said "Of course they'll win. They're God's team."

You think it's nice enough to swim when the temperature hits 50.

You family owns a "winter car" while the "good one" sits in the garage from Nov-Apr.

Your put ketchup on a charcoal grilled NY strip steak.

You live in a house that has no front steps, yet the door is one yard above the ground.

You think everyone from south of Madison has an accent.

You can identify a Michigan accent.

Down South to you means Chicago.

Traveling coast to coast means going from Superior to Milwaukee.

You can make sense out of the words "upnort" and "Trivers".

You have to go to Florida to get a tan in August.

You consider Madison exotic.

You can visit Luxemburg, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Berlin, New London & Poland all in one afternoon.

You can recognize someone from Illinois from their driving.

You buy cat litter every winter, but you don't own a cat.

At least twice a year, the kitchen doubles as a meat processing plant or cannery.

You know what to do with a Blatz.

You don't have a coughing fit from one sip of Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Bucky the Badger hangs on your Christmas tree even if you didn't go to University of Wisconsinm Madison.

You're a member of the Polar Bear Club and proud of it.

You can use the word "ya der hey" easily in a sentence

You hear someone use the words "uff-dah" and you don't immediately break into uncontrollable laughter.

Your whole family wears green and gold to church on Sunday.

Your idea of creative landscaping is a statue of a cow next to your blue spruce.

You know how to polka

You own a cheesehead

You have cow pharaphenilia around your house, including your pajama pants

You know what a FIB is and can spot them a mile away.

You think of the major four food groups as cheese, beer, brats and Jell-O salad with marshmallows.

FFA was the most popular club in high school

You have eaten a cow pie at the State Fair.

There was at least one kid in your class who had to help milk cows in the morning

Country Kitchen is the place to meet after the party

You have ever seen or played in a "broom ball" game.

You have ever partied at Summerfest, Festa Italiana, German Fest, Irish Fest, Oktoberfest, or all of the above.

You or someone you know was a "Dairy Princess" at a county fair.

You can't be friends with a Vikings fan

Your idea of diversity is having black, white, and brown cows.

You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Wisconsin.


The sad thing is, some of these are true. :p
 

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you know your from wisconsin when your offended by this thread aka me but then again you are too maybe you have all those nice traits in your family tree of insest ridden family members...but then again most people in my family are this way too which is sad...if i hear someone say uff-da i laugh pretty damn hard :rofl
 

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oh you posted already lol im not upset or anything loli just think its partly offensive to thos who dont act like that i dont care lol most people from wisconsin are like that, not i though i cant stand people like that jeez! i hate foot ball any way i do like cheese though, and just thjought id add im a vegitarian so im not the sterrotypical wisconsonite, mif what i said about insest made you sad i am sorry
 

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You can find and pronounce : Eau Claire
argh, i hate when telemarketers call and say they're from "you claire" too, they ain't getting my money.

You know what a brat is, and they're at every outdoor event that your family has ever had.

i really hope no one comments on the women from wisconsin lol cause most i know are really hot lol
QFT
 

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i can only think of 2 or 3 of those that are actually true.

the movie fargo has the most exaggerated accents ever. most of my family lives in minnesota, and thats where the movies based, yet ive never heard one person even come close to talking with an accent like that. :confused:
 

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Rochester, NY ones (all true):

"Waking up with the Wease" doesn't mean that you have a respiratory infection.
The thought of eating a "garbage plate" makes your mouth water.
The only thing at the annual May Lilac Festival is snow.
The worst four-letter word you could say is "Fuji".
You can't swim at the beach.
You thought that you had figured out that alternate-parking thing, but wind up with a ticket anyway.
Toronto is about 70 miles away, but it takes four hours to get there.
The name "Greater Rochester International Airport" is bigger than the airport itself.
There's an 800 number to report a pothole in the road.
You know that a "Can of Worms" is not something that you take fishing.
Your baby's first word is "Wegmans".
You ask lifetime residents where the George Eastman House is, but they don't know either.
In a city where it snows at least 90 inches a year, they build a new sports stadium with no roof on it.
It can be 70 degrees one day, below freezing the next, and you think nothing of it.
Your mother is buying outfits to wear to Wegmans.
Your low-fat diet is never low enough to exclude an Abbott's custard.
You order a white hot and a pop, and the counterman knows what you're talking about.
You can travel from Egypt to Greece in about a half-hour by car.
D&C is a newspaper, not a medical procedure.
There are no hamburgers, only ground steak.
You can go to any mall on a Saturday and see at least 5 people you either work with, went to school with or dated.
A musical comes to town 10 years after its Broadway premier and the entire town goes nuts! (e.g. Miss Saigon)
You awaken from a deep sleep, look at the clock and see that it's 6:00, but you have no idea whether it's AM or PM.
When 18+ inches of snow falls overnight, but you never thought of NOT going to work.
You are perplexed when friends from other cities come to visit and want to "see the sights".
A flagpole strung with white lights seems like an acceptable alternative to a municipal Christmas tree.
In winter if the temperature hits 45 degrees and the sun comes out, people walk around downtown wearing shades and no jackets.
There are places at the poles that seem to get more sunlight during the winter months than we do.
Wegmans is somewhere to go on a Friday night, for entertainment.
You know who Vinnie and Angelo are.
You define summer as three months of bad sledding.
You think that people from Pennsylvania have an accent.
Halloween is snowed out with great regularity.
You have experienced frostbite and sunburn in the same week.
Your year has two seasons: Winter and Construction.
Half the change in your pocket is Canadian, eh

-Jin
 
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