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Tuesday, November 14th, 2006
7:49 pm
Tuesday, July 11th, 2006
8:49 am
Hi! I'm new. Is anyone else on here from the good old Prairie State? I'm from the south Chicago suburbs, not far from Northwest Indiana, and as anyone else can tell you, the Chicagoland area is almost a completely different world than the rest of Illinois. Therefore, I won't even bother with the Illinois list, heh.

PS: I know I'm technically not a Chicagoan, but most of these are still true for me...so any real Chicagoans on here, please don't hurt me. :)

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Friday, September 23rd, 2005
2:38 am

commenters: I was in a bad mood, anyway no more comments please

Current Mood: annoyed
Wednesday, September 21st, 2005
1:30 pm

You Know You're From Kansas When...

You've been hit by enough tornados to know there is no such thing as Oz

You can properly pronounce Salina, Basehor, Schoenchen, Olathe & Osawatomie

A shotgun is your idea of instant messaging.

You learned how to shoot a gun before you learned how to multiply

You're ready to shoot the next person who asks about Toto & Dorthy

You've had classes canceled for heat & snow in the same month

You support the Chiefs through thick and thin.

You have to travel 20 miles just to go to the nearest mall

The only tourists you see are on the way to Colorado

You know the meaning of Rock Chalk Jayhawk.

Your closest neighbor is more than a mile away, and you can still see him from your front porch.

The terms Sooners, Huskers and Missouri Tigers cause the hairs on the back of your neck to stand up straight and your blood pressure to rise.

You are not surprised to find movie rentals, ammunition and bait all in the same store.

You know everything goes better with Ranch.

You know the real way to pronounce the name of Clintons state and the river... arKANSAS.

You never met any celebrities. (Bob Dole isn't a celebrity, he's your neighbor.)

You prefer the Little Apple over the Big Apple as a place to live.

You had at least one summer job that was bucking bails or custom cutting.

You understand the difference between 3.2 and 6 point, and more than once you've made a beer run to another state.

You know in your heart that K-State can beat Oklahoma in

You call that smell coming from the feed yards "money."

You know that Mt. Oread is really only just a hill.

Down south means Oklahoma.

You can properly pronounce Basehor, Cimmeron, Schoenchen, Kechi, Chautauqua, Arkalalah, and Osawatomie.

You really do think Sunflowers are beautiful.

You went to skating parties as a kid.

You'll pay for your kids to go to college...unless they want to go to OU or NU.

Your earliest driving lessons were in a field while picking up hay.

Your excuse for being late is the cows got out, and the boss accepts it MANY times

Your main drag in town is two blocks long.

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

Thursday, July 21st, 2005
7:13 am
i am new here
hello everyone! i am new here and i think this community is great because you get to tell people where you're from, which explains some things about them~
i live in california but once lived in thailand. i am not thai, but i decided to post the "you know you're thai..." because i was born there and because they don't have anything on my race. -_-

You Know You're From California When...

The fastest part of your commute is down your driveway.

You were born somewhere else.

You know how to eat an artichoke.

The primary bugs that you worry about are electronic.

Your car has bullet-proof windows.

Left is right and right is wrong.

Your monthly house payments exceed your annual income.

You can't find your other earring because your son is wearing it.

You drive to your neighborhood block party.

Your family tree contains "significant others."

You don't exterminate your roaches, you smoke them.

You see 25 lawyers chasing an ambulance.

More than clothes come out of the closets.

You go to a tanning salon before going to the beach.

More money is spent on facelifts than on diapers.

Smoking in your office is not optional.

You pack shorts and a T-shirt for skiing in the snow, and a sweater and a wetsuit for the beach.

When you can't schedule a meeting because you must "do lunch."

Your children learn to walk in Birkenstocks.

Rainstorms or thunder are the lead story for the local news.

You'll reluctantly miss yoga class to wait for the hot tub repairman.

You consult your horoscope before planning your day.

A glass has been reserved for you at your favorite winery.

All highways into the state say: "no fruits."

All highways out of the state say: "Go back."

The Terminator is your governor

You can't remember . . . is pot illegal?

It's barely sprinkling rain and there's a report on every news station: "STORM WATCH"

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


You Know You're Thai When....

Lame people make jokes about paying you for sex

No matter what you eat, it's not greasy or spicy enough.

You don't care if you are superior to all other Asians or not, because being Thai is just cool in itself.

Your last name has a minimum of 15 letters.

Every time you say you're from Thailand, men's eyes light up and they say, "Ahh?Bangkok, the city of legalized prostitution."

You own or you worked in a Thai restaurant.

You're proud to be Thai - and you pass these jokes on to all your Thai friends!

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Wednesday, July 13th, 2005
5:25 pm

You Know You're From Connecticut When...

You have hiked up a big hill or small mountain at least once for a keg party.

You never went to a bar in high school.

You thought that the only highways were 91 and 84.

You thought everyone couldn't buy beer after 8 pm

You actually thought that Hartford was big

You or someone you know has attended UCONN

You drive a JETTA

You still think that the Whalers are cool.

You have been to Misquamicut and to that little hot dog place.

There is a farm within miles of your house

You thought bars were really for people over 21

Your high school thanksgiving football game was the highlight of your school year.

You don't have an accent when you talk

You have known at least 2 preppy rich kids from Fairfield who listen to Phish.

You love Hilton Kaderli and your mom cried when he retired.

UConn basketball rules and no one can tell you different

You have deer in your backyard.

You didn't drink or do drugs until 10th grade.

You still don't understand why people say that Connecticut is the richest state.....

Your best friend went to Central, Western, Eastern and finally Manchester Community College.

Your mom works at Travelers and your dad works at Pratt and Whitney.

You have been drunk at the Meadows and don't remember the concert.

You go to Riverside at least once a summer

Your parents actually care about the Governor, the Patriots coming to Hartford, the lights at Christmas in Hartford & Channel 3 news.

You have a UCONN flag outside of your house year round

You think New Jersey was a toxic waste dump

You hang out at Denny's

You've partied at bonfires

You have at least one friend with a pickup

You think everyone works tobacco in the summer

You think Old Lyme is a shore town

You've been to Cape Cod

You think the Connecticut River is endless

The town diner is the only place open after midnight.

You have at least 4 friends who drive Jeep Grand Cherokees

You root for all the New York sports teams

If anybody asks, you're from just outside of New York.

You've never looked at a public bus schedule

You have both girlfriends and guyfriends with the same name as you.

You go to the diner late night to post party.

You think New Haven is the worst ghetto you've ever seen

You can proudly tell an outsider about Nutmeg.

You weekend either on the Cape or Rhode Island at a summer home

You have said... " I'm in a good location... Between both Boston and New York."

You can carry on a conversation about Mike Liut, Torrie Robertson, and the Brass Bonanza.

You have to explain Cow Tipping to people from out of state.

When you go to a real city, you sincerely feel bad for every poor / homeless person you see.

You get pissed at anyone who doesn't know how to drive in the snow.

You can name all the members of the UCONN men's and women's basketball teams.

You still can't find your way in Hartford (except for that bar area near Union Station.)

You hold the door open for someone and they don't say "Thank You."

You own a golden or a lab (used to...)

You own real Oakley's

You only know Westbrook and Clinton because they have good outlets

You don't think you're a yuppie, but the rest of the country does

You only ski in Vermont or out West

Your mother is the head of the PTA

There is absolutely nothing to do in the winter

You live twenty minutes form either an Abercrombie & Fitch, J. Crew, or GAP.

You sail, or know someone who does.

You don't understand why everyone else has not been to Europe.

You can't get through the week with out a Coffee Coolata

Your family owns more cars than legal drivers

School attire is a North Face fleece jacket, a North Face Fleece or L.L. Bean back pack, a plaid shirt, khakis, and Doc Martins.

Summer footwear is either Reefs or Birks

You carry your keys on a carabineer, but you don't know how to rock climb.

You feel for the homeless, but are not willing to give up the golf course land to develop a homeless shelter.

As a child you took horseback riding, golfing, tennis and swimming lessons.

You grew up wanting to be a lifeguard

You own every DMB CD

The state is so small you know where all the speed traps are

You can't understand why people don't understand what your talking about when you refer to a "package" store

You went to prep school even though your public schools are awesome

People actually wear sweaters around their necks

You've never taken public transportation

You know of at least one person who's house was totally trashed after a huge party

Your mom drives a Volvo wagon

You have at least one friend whose house was built in the 1800's

You live in a huge colonial

You know at LEAST one person who has been pulled over and found to have weed in their car

The only overcrowding is of deer in your backyard

Your house would cost half as much in any other state

Your wardrobe contains at least three pairs of cords and five wool sweaters

Half of your friends are from another town because yours is so small

At least one of your friends has a sick house right on the water

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

well ct is boring

im me silverbellz295
im kelly
Sunday, April 10th, 2005
8:43 pm
You know you're from Indiana When. . .

I actually found this article on the AP press about a small town in Indiana. . Only here would youfind this type of award. . .



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Current Mood: giggly

Tuesday, February 1st, 2005
1:19 pm

A Community for Ohio-Area theater and film artists

This community is to be used as a resource for theater & film artists in the Ohio area.

We welcome theater & film artists of all kinds: actors, writers, directors, designers, etc.

We also welcome artists from other mediums (visual artists, dancers, etc.) and people with services to offer Ohio-area theater artists (headshots, classes, etc.).

This site should be used to express need for help with projects you are working on (you need a stage manager, you're holding audtions, etc). It can also be used to post information about auditions/calls for submissions/opportunities in the Ohio area, or to inform others about upcoming theater/film/art events.

Many people would say it's silly or stupid to try and create theater and film in a place like Ohio.  But maybe you're too young to leave this place, or maybe you're too old to leave this place.  Maybe you're going to school here.  Maybe you have a regular, full-time job but still want to pursue theater as a part-time passion.  Maybe you just graduated from theater school and you're sticking around your home area for a few years to save money/build your resume before moving to a big city.  Or maybe you've just decided that you don't want to be one of the 2 billion masses washing up on NY or LA's shores saying "Look at me, I'm an actor/writer/director!" and you've decided that the place doesn't matter and you're going to create awesome theater and film right where you are, dammit.....

Either way.  Join ohiotheater .  Get word out about your stuff.  Get word from others.  Let's help each other out!

Sunday, January 30th, 2005
10:00 pm
Sorry, two of them, couldn't resist:

And I DO know someone who went to school with the Barenaked Ladies. LOL

You Know You're From Ontario When...

Your idea of a traffic jam is ten cars waiting to pass a tractor on the highway.

"Vacation" means going to Barrie/area for the weekend.

You measure distance in hours.

You often switch from "heat" to "A/C" in the same day.

Your grandparents drive at 65 mph through 13 feet of snow during a raging blizzard, without flinching.

You install security lights on your house and garage and leave both unlocked.

There are 7 empty cars running in the parking lot at the Canadian Tire store at any given time.

You design your kid's Halloween costume to fit over a snowsuit.

Driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled with snow.

You know all 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, still winter, construction.

You play euchre.

You Know You're From Toronto When...

A really great parking spot can move you to tears.

You can recommend about 3 good body piercing parlours.

You make well over $100,000 and you still can't find a nice place to live.

You realize there are far more rainbow flags in the city than Canadian Flags.

When the temperature rises above zero degrees, you yell "Woohooo! Patio weather!"

You enjoy watching channel 47 multicultural TV

You're guaranteed to know at least one person on every episode of Speaker's Corner.

You haven't been to the CN Tower since you were six, but still have nightmares about that damn turbo elevator.

You've had at least 3 bicycles stolen in the past 10 years.

You've partied with at least one of the members of The Kids in the Hall

You've fantasized about having sex in Casa Loma

At least 3 of your friends have moved to Vancouver

You turn your nose up at any establishment frequented by the S&M crowd. (Scarborough and Mississauga)

You never, never, never swim in the lake

You know "The Beaches" are really called "The Beach", but still say "The Beaches" just to annoy all the nitwits who live there

You ever had a birthday party at the Organ Grinder or The Mad Hatter

You can say "world's tallest freestanding structure" ten times fast

You know the correct answer to "Where do shopping carts go to die?" is "The Don River"

You speak better Chinese than French

The word "cabbagetown" doesn't strike you as particularily amusing

Castle Frank subway station remains one of the great mysteries of the universe for you.

You know what the bathrooms in the First Canadian Place are REALLY for

You don't know where Fort York is, but have a vague recollection of being there in a past life

You know the Demic's song "I Wanna Go To New York City" was intended as sarcasm, not a weekend getaway suggestion

You know where to find Dim Sum, Sushi, Curry, Pad Thai and a dildo at 3 am on a weeknight

For the last time, it's pronounced 'TRONNA'!

You consider eye contact a sign of hostility and an invasion of your privacy.

It takes you half an hour to get to work by TTC and you are the envy of all your friends.

You mourned the death of the Spadina Bus.

You know someone who went to high school with at least one member of The Barenaked Ladies or RUSH

You laugh heartily at people who refer to highway four hundred and one.

You've taken the vomit comet.

You can maneuver your bike across Queen st. without getting caught in the streetcar tracks.

You know the difference between souvlaki, moussaka and spanakoptia.

You can name at least three locations of The Beer Store that are open till 11 PM.

You have NEVER been to the Hard Rock Cafe

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

Friday, January 21st, 2005
10:49 am
I'm gonna put 2 cuz i'm originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, but i've lived in Yonkers NY for 7 1/2 yrs...Inother word, i'm alittle 2 white 4 NY, but a little 2 Ghetto 4 Utah...It's quite funny when i visit...U shouda seen my grandfather when i started talkin about my friends, cuz their all different races nd he's very racist...but figures he married a philapine

You Know You're From Utah When...

Green jell-o with carrots mixed in doesn't seem strange.

You can pronounce Tooele.

The U is not just a letter - Neither is the Y.

You have actually eaten funeral potatoes.

You've gotten both heat and frost burns off your car's door handle in the same month.

You are not surprised to hear words like "Darn, Fetch, Flip", "Oh, My Heck" and "Shoot".

Your tulips get snowed on three times after they come up and twice more after they bloom.

Hunting season is a school holiday.

The largest liquor store is the state government.

You can go skiing and play golf on the same day.

30% humidity is muggy and almost unbearable.

Somewhere in your family tree is a polygamist.

You know the difference between a 'Steak House' and a 'Stake House'.

The elevation exceeds the population

You've broken down on the highway and somebody stops to help you

You can see the stars at night

You have a bumper sticker that says "Families are Forever."

You were an aunt or uncle before you were three.

Your spouse's mother was pregnant at your wedding.

You have more children than you can find biblical names for.

Your family considers a trip to McDonald'd a night out..

Your first child was conceived on your honeymoon.

You feel guilty when you watch Monday Night Football.

Your kids believe the deer hunt is a national holiday.

You drink Coke from a brown paper bag.

You consider a temple recommend a credit reference.

At least two of your salad bowls are at the homes of neighbors.

You believe that you must be 18 or older to order coffee at a restaurant.

You wonder why fire truck drivers honk when you drive 35 mph in the left lane on the freeway.

There is a similarity between a ward basketball game and the L.A. riots.

You think Jack Daniels is a country western singer.

You negotiate prices at a garage sale.

You can make Jell-O salad without the recipe.

You've heard about BYU football in a testimony meeting.

You have two gallons of ice cream in your freezer at all times.

Your father-in-law thinks Ronald Reagan was a liberal.

A member of your family wrote in Lavell Edwards for president in the last election.

Cars in the slow lane are traveling the fastest; cars in the fast lane are traveling the slowest; cars in the middle lanes are always trying to exit.

Sandals are the best-selling shoes.

You have to ask for the uncensored version of "Titanic."

Hotel rooms all have the Book of Mormon.

You buy your wardrobe at the local grocery superstore.

You learn about the Mormon Church by taking history in elementary school.

You live in a state where Democrats always come in third place, unless a zoo animal is running. Then they come in fourth.

You're on your own if you are turning left.

Schools stay open, even if two feet of snow falls overnight, but close for the opening of hunting season.

People wear shorts and T-shirts if the temperature rises above 32 degrees.

There is a church on every corner, but they all teach the same thing.

The most popular public transportation system is a ski lift.

People drive to Idaho (or Arizona) to pick up a gallon of milk so they can play the lottery.

In-state college football rivalries are bigger than the Super Bowl.

Beer drinkers don't shop on Sunday.

You don't have to breathe cigarette smoke until you walk outside a building.

The cost of living rises while your salary drops.

Every driveway has a minivan and a pickup truck.

When you buy a new vehicle, cigarette lighters are optional equipment but gun and ski racks are standard.

Every time a new family moves into your neighborhood, the local elementary school has to hire a new teacher.

Your paycheck has an additional 10 percent deduction.

"Temple recommends" is acceptable identification for cashing a check.

More movies are filmed in your town than in Hollywood.

You've never had a Mormon missionary knock on your door.

Your neighbors complain about where they live, yet refuse to return to the state they moved from.

You make a toast with red punch at your wedding reception.

You have more raw wheat stored than some Third World countries.

Your idea of a good time is playing Pictionary in the cultural hall.

Your idea of a wild party is a six pack of Pepsi and a PG-13 movie.

You and all your friends come to your mother for a haircut in her kitchen.

You measure Kool-Aid by parts per million.

You think "You're a 10 cow wife" is a compliment.

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

You Know You're From Westchester When...

You go to a Dave Matthews Band concert and end up running into people you know from your school.

Half the people in your school mysteriously develop inner-Queens accents during 7th and 8th grade.

Starbucks is a regular stop for you.

You say Abercrombie & Fitch makes you want to puke, yet you sport at least one outfit from the store each week

NYU is your top choice for college.

If you go to Catholic school, you know everyone at all the Catholic schools in Westchester.

If you go to public school you still manage to know everyone at all the Catholic schools in Westchester.

Below 1400 is a "so-so" SAT score

You claim to hate your school, but you go to all the dances and play at least one varsity sport anyway.

Even though your best friend lives a stone's throw away, you have most of your conversations with him/her on AOL or AIM.

You know you have to act tough when going to The Galleria, or else you might get shot.

You know you have to act sophisticated when you go to The Westchester, or else you'll get kicked out.

Your summer vacation is most likely one of the following: LBI, Cape May, Wildwood, Seaside Heights, or, more simply "The Jersey Shore."

You know someone who knows the girl who starred in "The Blair Witch Project."

Your dad works in an office and wears a suit and tie to work every day.

Your mom either works part-time or volunteers, but whatever she does, it's enough to hold a 24-hour a day guilt-trip over you.

If you don't drive, the Metro North train is your best friend, assuming, of course, you're able to avoid the ticket-collector.

A trip into NYC for a day is your idea of "getting away from it all."

It pisses you off that your friends from the Bronx call this area "upstate New York."

You've met Vanessa Williams at least once.

You complain that the Jefferson Valley Mall is trash, but you find yourself hanging out there every weekend anyway.

You think anyone who lives south of New Jersey is a hick.

Everyone winds up spending Spring Break in the Hamptons.

The students in your school drive nicer cars than the teachers.

Your sixteenth birthday present: Jeep, or your mom's old BMW

Your mother went to a great college, and now does nothing

You say that you are "just outside the city" regardless of where you live

Unlike every other area in the New York Metro area, you believe that people from Westchester, "really don't have accents."

Somebody had to teach you to do your laundry when you went away to college

You consider anything North of White Plains, "Upstate"

Your family belongs to a health club, a golf club, and/or a beach club

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

Wednesday, December 8th, 2004
11:34 pm
Yay! NE PA!
from http://www.coalregion.com/

Top 20 Signs You're From the Coal Region
20. Your grandmother, of any nationality, wears a babushka.
19. You think only God has the proper resume to take over after Joe Paterno leaves Penn State.
18. To the rest of the world, Hooters is a restaurant chain. To you it's a band from Philadelphia.
17. You're still not over the break up of Journey.
16. Plaid gives you Catholic school flash backs.
15. You can easily spell and pronounce last names like Wojciechowski and Ricigliano.
14. You've eaten coal candy.
13. You don't think a stripping hole is an adult club.
12. While the rest of the country is celebrating Fat Tuesday, you're celebrating donut day.
11. You think A-Treat soda is a national brand.
10. You consider a marriage between a person from St. John's and St.Pat's Catholic Churches a mixed marriage.
9. You still have halupkies on New Years day.
8. You want to scream every time a newscaster tries to pronounce Schuylkill.
7. You're shocked to find out no one in your office knows what Yuengling beer is.
6. People wonder why you'd bet dollars to donuts on anything.
5. No matter where you live, you still think it's warmer than Frackville.
4. You're the only person on your street that "straightens the house" before guests come over.
3. You can dodge potholes at 55 m. p. h.
2. You get misty-eyed when you see Mrs. T's pierogies in the frozen food aisle.

And the number one sign you're from the coal region:
1. You can polka with the best of them!
Wednesday, December 1st, 2004
2:32 pm
You know you're from Michigan when...
You have ever been sunburned and frostbitten in the same week.

You point to a spot on the palm of your right hand when you’re telling people where you’re from.

You can explain the difference between yoopers, trolls, and fudgies.

You learned to pilot a boat before the training wheels came off your bicycle.

You know that a place called Kalamazoo actually exists.

You know someone who was Asparagus Queen at a county fair.

Someone says, “Down South”, and you immediately think of Toledo.

Your family breaks into violence during the MSU vs. U of M football game.

You define summer as three months of bad sledding.

You had to recite “By the Shores of Gitchee-Goomie” for your 7th grade English class.

You drive 80mph on the freeway and always pass on your right.

You have as many Canadian coins in your pocket as American.

When someone says, “Coast-to-Coast”, you immediately think of Port Huron to Muskegon.

You know how to play Euchre.

You aren’t surprised by a traffic sign saying, “Snowmobile Crossing”.

You bake with “soda” and drink “pop”.

You have no problem spelling names like Mackinac, Tahquamenon, and Ypsilanti.

‘The Big Three’ are either Ford, Chrysler, and GM or Domino’s, Little Caesar’s, and Hungry Howie’s.

You know that it’s usually warmer in “Hell” than in “Paradise” at “Christmas”.

You go “upnorth” for the weekends.

To own a foreign vehicle could be hazardous to your health and your car.

A “submarine” is a sandwich and the “Big Mac” is a bridge.

You used to believe Ernie Harwell when he said that the flyball that went into the stands at Tiger

Stadium was caught by a man from Warren.

You don’t have a coughing fit after a sip of Vernors.

You know the lyrics to “The Wreak of the Edmund Fitzgerald”.

You visit Florida and get all worked up because the newspapers there don’t report hockey scores.

You refer to Kalamazoo, Ypsilanti, and Ann Arbor as ‘K-zoo, Ypsi-tucky, and A-squared.

You thought Alkaline batteries were named after a Detroit Tigers outfielder.

The first time you ever went sledding was head first.

You think that having clogged sinuses are normal.

You've never met any celebrities. [except, maybe, -- Eminem, Ted Nugent and "the kid"]

The movie "Escanaba in Da Moonlight" wasn't funny. You consider it a documentary.

You measure distance in minutes.

Home Depot on any Saturday is busier than toy stores at Christmas.

...You know when it has rained because of the smell of worms is arousing...
Wednesday, November 17th, 2004
4:05 pm
Friday, October 15th, 2004
8:45 pm
Thursday, September 16th, 2004
6:36 pm
Tuesday, August 31st, 2004
4:07 pm

You Know You're From Indiana When...

You drive for three hours and the scenery outside doesn't change. VERY TRUE!!!!!!!!!

There's three feet of snow on the ground and school is still in session. true!!

You only go to the mall once a year 'cause it takes too long to get there. ....in some places

While driving all you see is corn. TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE!!!

People still have Christmas decorations up at Easter. OMG VERY F%#KIN' TRUE!!!

You start saying to yourself "More than corn in Indiana my butt." Ha, yeah

Anyone with a cell phone looks out of place.... ehhhh

Walking through Wal-Mart with two carts full of kids is normal. DEFINATELY!!!

Anyone with a tan is rich........ A lot of rich people have tans :P

The hip hang-out place is McDonald's. nah, more like the malls and crap :P

There really is more than corn in Indiana. There’s soybeans, too. YEAH LOL

When you plan an orgy and a Euchre game breaks out. HAHAHA

A restaurant has an invisible wall in the non-smoking section and you believe it works. HAHAH Yeah, that happens

Speeding consists of 2 miles over the speed limit. In some places

You think you don't have to use a turn signal on your car because you don't use it on your tractor. HAHAHAHA

You build your dream house on a cornfield, and you considered it posh. LOL

You warsh your clothes and you think George Warshington was the first president. HAHAA These are so true and funny!!

You're proud to be called a Hoosier, even if you don't know what one is. Personally I hate the word HOOSIER, but a lot of people that like Indiana like that word, and yeah, nobody knows what it means!!!!!!

You have no problem spelling or pronouncing "Terre Haute" Yeah I can pernounce it--- tare-a-hote

Detassling was your first job. Bailing hay, your second.

You can stack hay, swim in the pond to clean off, and then
have the strength to play a couple of games of hoops all in the same day.

You say things like "catty-wumpus" and "kitty-corner"...... I don't HAHA

You own a dirtbike or a ATV.

You live in a city ... and there's a cornfield in your backyard. HAHAHAHA yeah

High school basketball game draws a bigger crowd on the weekend nights than movie theaters. yeah

You can see at least 2 basketball hoops from your yard. DEFINATELY, like 4!!

You can name every one of Bob Knight's "exploits" over the last few years.

You shop at Marsh. sometimes

Damon Bailey was your childhood hero.

The biggest question of your youth was "IU or Purdue?" HAHAHA

Indianapolis is the "big city".

"Getting caught by a train" is a legitimate excuse for being late to school.

People at your high school chewed tobacco.

Everyone knows who the town cop is, where he lives, and whether he is at home or on duty. HAHAHAHA in places like Columbus, where I used to live!!!

You actually know what the CART vs IRL debate is about and have taken a side.

To you, a raccoon is simply a "coon".

The vehicle of choice in your area is not a car, but a pickup.

Someone you know is BIG John Mellencamp fan. hahaha, my aunt almost married him :P :P

You've been to the Covered Bridge Festival. heard of them

To you, a tenderloin is not an expensive cut of beef, but a big, salty,
breaded piece of pork served on a bun with pickles. HAHAHAHAAA YEP

You call a green bell pepper a "mango".....ummmm nah

Sometimes, you call the toilet the "commode" or the "stool". I've heard these terms, but don't use them.

In the fall, one of your favorite pranks was corning cars.

You know what FFA and 4H stand for. yeah

You know what chip-and-seal is, and your high school was located on just such a road.

You go the county fair every night of it's week-long duration. haha yeah

You can say "French Lick" without laughing out loud. I still think it's funny :)

There's actually a college near you named "Ball State." YUP

The last "g" is silent in any word ending in "ing." HAHAHAHA

You think the state Bird is Larry.

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

My God Indiana blows chunks!!!!!!
4:07 pm

You Know You're From Philadelphia When...

You punctuate every sentence with, "You know" at least twice.

You want olive oil, not mayonnaise on your "hoagie".

You hate the Redskins

You hate Dallas.

You realize that your favorite dessert is "wooder ice".

You find yourself using "yo" and "youse guys" when talking long-distance to family members.

You know how to spell Schuylkill.

You pronounce ACME "ACK-A-ME".

You think that $2,500 a year for insurance on a 1977 Toyota Corolla is a bargain.

You find youself at a nice restaurant thinking "I wonder if they have cheese steaks?"

You sleep soundly through gunfire and ambulance sirens.

You visit New York and are impressed by how clean it is.

You can't eat french fries without Cheese Whiz.

You call sprinkles on top of your ice cream cone "jimmies".

You don't think Wawa sounds funny.

You snub a cheese steak that isn't on an Amoroso roll.

Your parents, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles all live on the same block.

You know who Jim O'Brien is and how he died.

You can't imagine lunch without a Tastycake.

You're still not sure about Jerry Penacolli.

A vacation at the Jersey shore (pronounced "Down the shoore") is better than going to an island (there's more stuff to do, plus you know everybody.)

You know where to find the Rocky statue.

You know that only tourists go to Geno's, Pat's and Jim's for authentic cheese steaks.

You only go if you're drunk and it's 3:00 a.m.

You can make a cheese steak and you've never been taught

You've never been to the Liberty Bell, or the only time you were there was on a class trip in third grade.

You know what and where "Boathouse Row" is

You will buy a pretzel from anyone, anywhere without even thinking of where it was - or where his hands have been.

You can't imagine a breakfast without scrapple.

You don't know what a sub is, but you think they are trying to describe an imitation HOAGIE.

You aren't a bandwagon Sixers fan…you loved them when they sucked, and before they had A.I.

You go to The Gallery or South Street in the summer time just to chill.

You have the pizza place on speed dial.

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

Current Mood: curious
Thursday, August 26th, 2004
10:52 am
10:33 am
ok to get things started ....
You know you're from Lowell when ...
1) your father can tell you where everything was'nt .
2) when everything is ten minutes away
3) if you live within walking distance of at least 3 cemeteries
4) if you have ever been drunk at kerouac park and or on the
Ed McMahon Bench (or just know where the bench is)

You Know you're from western mass when
1) you know that despite what the maps say that Downtown NoHo is realy a Circle
2) you know what westfield is the gateway to
3) if you have at least to storie about the Ville's

You know your from Phily when ...
1) you have forgoten what a turn signal looks like

you know youre from jersey when ..
You KNOW what that damn smell is

ok there now everyone else run with it
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