North Dakota Jokes
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North Dakota Jokes
Top 10 Reasons You know you're in North Dakota:
- The forecast is for 60 mph winds, 3 feet of snow and 60 below wind chill and the highway is full of people from small towns going to any big city--just to shop or for the absolutely essential reason -- to attend a basketball tournament.
- You drive to town during a blizzard just to see if the weatherman knows what he's talking about.
- "Down south" means Aberdeen.
- You break down on the highway and somebody actually stops to help you.
- Your husband thinks lingerie is a flannel nightgown with only 8 buttons.
- People "borrow" things to you.
- The meat in your freezer is mostly deer.
- You wave to someone on the highway because you recognize his truck.
- Your definition of a small town is one that has only one bar.
- You have no problem spelling "Wahpeton".
More about "North Dakota"North Dakota is the 19th largest state by area in the US; it is the 48th most populous, with just over 640,000 residents as of 2006. North Dakota was carved out of the northern half of the Dakota Territory and admitted to the Union as the 39th state on November 2, 1889.
More reasons You know you're in North Dakota
- You think of something other than the Bible when you hear the words "Great Flood".
- Diet Coke is the drug of choice for most working people.
- In April your vehicle is 43% mud.
- You leave your keys in the car and the next morning it's still there.
- In the spring, every tenth vehicle you pass is a tractor.
- When the car in front of you is weaving, you suspect a farmer checking fields instead of a drunk.
- You can see the stars at night.
- You know four seasons: Winter, Still Winter, Not Winter, and Almost Winter.
- A yellow light means "Follow the car in front of you, no matter what."
- Every other vehicle is a 4x4.
- You can pay for four "Big Macs" with a personal check.
- People drive 200 miles to shop in a real mall.
- The bumper jack in your pickup will lift a house.
- You define summer as three months of bad sledding.
- You design your Halloween costumes to fit over snowmobile suits.
- You lie awake thinking of uses for leafy spurge.
- You talk about a combine and people don't wonder what you're putting together.
- The wind is faster than your truck.
- Your great-grandmother is younger than the county courthouse.
- You assume everyone has seen northern lights and sundogs.
- Someone says manure spreader and you know it isn't the local congressman.
- You expect to be excused from school for deer hunting season and harvesting.
- A siren does not interrupt your night's sleep.
- Your Valentine's Day gift is a new set of snow tires.
- A girls' basketball game fills the gym.
- Your soup du jour at your hometown cafe is always beer cheese or knoephla.
- A rodeo is more popular than a rock concert.