Thursday, June 23, 2005

Slapping my thigh and laughing hysterically...

I found this site today: blogthings.com
and this list below was on there. These are all so, so true! hahahahahaha

You Know You're From Wisconsin When...

You can taste a difference in cheese made somewhere else (so true...I hate Tillamook cheese and damn it, there are no happy cows in California)

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

You can correctly spell Milwaukee. (Oregonians got it wrong)

You know what "bubbler" means.

A holstein cow outside of Wisconsin makes you miss home.

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

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

You've said "Of course they'll win. They're God's team." (I don't think I've ever actually said that but in very small letters on every Wisconsinite's birth certificate it says we must root for the badgers/packers/bucks no matter how bad a season they are having)

You think everyone from south of Madison has an accent.

You can identify a Michigan accent.

Down South to you means Chicago.

You consider Madison exotic.

You can recognize someone from Illinois from their driving. (Damn FIB's...uh, that's fucking illinois bastards to you)

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

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. (That's the family slogan!)

You own a cheesehead

You know what a FIB is and can spot them a mile away. (See, told ya)

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

You have eaten a cow pie at the State Fair. (And a brat-burger too!)

Country Kitchen is the place to meet after the party (and why not...they never close!)

You can't be friends with a Vikings fan (can't trust them, they don't play fair)

You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Wisconsin. ('nuf said)

2 Comments:

Anonymous Sloan said...

What about Cake Walks, do they have Cake Walks in Wisconsin? The Midwest is such an enigma to me.

10:46 AM  
Blogger punkindunkin said...

When I was a child, I remember several cake walks at school and local potlucks. I don't think it's such a big thing nowadays.

11:55 AM  

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