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    MY TVC 1 5 SeaniBu's Avatar
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    You Must be from __________ if

    Thought we could all add to this for it seems like every state has one of these jokes going since J. Foxworthy's "might be a redneck if..."

    So anyway what are some about your area?

    Some I hear around here.
    You might be a Coloradan if ...........

    1. You switch from "Heat" to "A/C" in one day.

    2. You know what the "Peoples Republic of Boulder"

    3. Your sense of direction is: towards the mountains
    and away from the mountains.

    4. You're a meat-eating vegetarian.

    5. The bike on your car is worth more than your car
    and you have your own special bike lane.

    6. You're able to drive 65 miles per hour through a raging blizzard without even flinching.

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

    10. You think that sexy lingerie is wool socks and flannel PJs.

    12. You've been tear gassed in a riot to celebrate a CU/CSU victory that you went to with your parents.

    14. You can drive over a 12,000-foot pass in 4 feet of snow to go snow skiing, but can't get to work if there are 4 inches on the road.

    16. When you visit friends at sea level, you can drink a case of beer and not get a buzz.

    17. Your car insurance costs more than your car.

    18. You have surge protectors on every outlet.

    19. April showers bring May blizzards.

    20. 'Timberline' is a place you have actually been.

    22. You know what a 'Rocky Mountain Oyster' is.

    23. You know what a "fourteener" is. But you don't know what a "turn signal" is.

    25. A bear on your front porch doesn't bother you nearly as much as a bad pass from the Broncos quarterback.

    26. Your golf bag has a 9-iron, a 3-wood and a lightning rod.

    27. You know who Alfred Packer was and what he did.

    28. You know who Baby Doe Tabor was.

    29. SPF 90! is not out of the question.

    30. People from out of state breathe 5 times as often as you do.

    32. Thunder has set off your car alarm.

    35. A sudden loss of cabin pressure is not a big deal.

    36. You think a red light means 3 more cars can go

    37. You have spoken the words, "where we're going, we don't need roads!!"

    38. You know where Doc Holliday's grave is.

    39. You know where Buffalo Bill's grave is.

    40. You know where the real "South Park" is.

    42. Driving directions usually include 'Go over_________ Pass.'

    43. You've 'checked for ticks' twice in the same day.

    44. You've dressed in shorts, sandals, and a parka with a hood and gloves all at the same time.

    45. You've gone snow skiing in July and.... You've played golf in January and.....They were in the same year!

    49. You get a certain feeling of satisfaction from knowing that California and Texas are both downstream.

    50. You wont put doors or a roof on your Jeep, but will make your passengers wear 8 layers of clothes.
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    Jeff Foxworthy is my hero... well one of them lol

    anyway here's the one that's floating around for my state (though most of these is more for the Northern Part of the State, I lived in a semi-rural community so a lot still can apply to me Those that do are 'bolded'

    You Know You're From Alaska When...
    1. "Vacation" means driving to Chitna to dip net.
    2.You measure distance in hours. <--it's just easier!
    3. Down south to you means Anchorage.
    4. You know several people who have hit a moose.
    5. Your school classes aren't cancelled because of cold. Your school classes were canceled because of ice.<--every year
    6. You think of the major four food groups as moose, caribou, bear, and squaw candy. <-- but I only like moose lol
    7. You think that moose season is a national holiday. <--at my house it is!
    8. You know what a real sockeye is, and have a recipe for candy ones. <--my dad makes it all the time, I am not a fan, but I don't like fish period.
    9.You know if another Alaskan is from the city or the village as soon as they open their mouth.
    10. You can spell words like Chatanika, Ninilchik, and Tuntutuliak.
    11. You've had cabin fever.
    12. You own moose nugget ear rings. <--not really but I have a necklace!
    13. Mosquito dope is a part of your daily attire. <--only from May - September/October
    14. You think the song Breaking Up is Hard to Do is about spring time.
    15. Travel luggage consists of ice coolers (or fish boxes) wrapped with duct tape.
    16.A seven course meal is a sixpack and a can of SPAM.
    17. You answer the phone and it's a wrong number, but you know the number of the person they were trying to call off the top of your head. <--not so much in Anchorage, but in Kenai
    18. You have bigger tires on your plane than on your car. <---we don't have a plane, but our boat trailor tires... lol
    19. Someone mentions "super cub" and you do not envision a tiny bear wearing blue tights and a red cape.
    20. Your relatives/friends think you live too far away for them to come visit you, but keep asking you to come see them more often. <--quite annoying
    21. October is the month of your highest income. <--yeay BP!
    22. The reason you don't own a poodle is because an eagle ate the last one. <--actually I just know someone who had to deal with that, I don't own a poodle by choice! LOL
    23. Kids catch the bus in the dark and get off it in the dark.
    24. You know why they named it Chicken, Alaska.
    25. You know that road flares will start a nice bon fire.

    26. You take the door off the outhouse to see the aurora.
    27. Your idea of taking a load off is emptying the firewood out of the back of the truck.
    28. You know a tail-dragger is an airplane, not a bad day at the office.
    29. You know that a Spenard Divorce involves a .357 magnum, not a lawyer.
    30. You like your neighbors.(well at least in Kenai lol)

    31. You know at least one pot grower.
    32. You put up with the pain of a toothache until the Permanent Fund Dividend checks come out in October.
    33. You know going "outside" involves a whole lot more than opening a door and walking into the yard.
    34. You know Bunny Boots aren't worn by bunnies or made out of bunnies.
    35. You know the meaning of the word "baleen" and it has nothing to do with making hay into large cubes.
    36. You take off your shirt and your arms are as pale as your legs all the way to your wrists.
    37. You don't know anyone who doesn't own a 4-wheeler.
    38. You've washed your car while there was still snow on the ground.
    39. You know a honey bucket is really a bucket, but it's not really full of honey.

    40. You know that the Rat Net is not a rodent catching device.
    41. You learned to swim indoors.
    42. Your bedroom windows are covered in aluminum foil.
    43. Your monthly veterinarian bill is more than your own medical bill.
    44. You know a "white out" has to do with winter conditions not correcting fluid for typos.
    45. You think it's normal for a town to put all the businesses on one side of the road.
    46. Your local golf course has "happy hour" between 1:00 and 2:00 am.

    47. The seat in your outhouse is lined with styrofoam so your butt won't freeze to it when you have to sit down for a certain amount of time.
    48. You've had to set your alarm every three hours to go start you car and let it run for 20 minutes so hopefully it will start in the morning so you can go to work.
    49. Instead of plugging in your freezer, you've just move it to the front porch!
    50. You open your freezer to take out something for dinner, and are faced with many choices, Pink Salmon, Silver Salmon, Red Salmon, King Salmon, Smoked Salmon, or Halibut!
    51. You can play road hockey on skates.
    52. You see signs saying Do or do NOT _____ but you never see any law enforcement people.
    53. You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Alaska.

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    You know you're in California when...

    1. Your co-worker has 8 body piercings and none are visible.
    2. You make over $300,000 and still can't afford a house.
    3. You take a bus and are shocked at two people carrying on a conversation in English.
    4. Your child's 3rd-grade teacher has purple hair, a nose ring and is named Breeze.
    5. You can't remember . . is pot illegal?
    6. You've been to a baby shower that has two mothers and a sperm donor.
    7. You have a very strong opinion about where your coffee beans are grown and you can taste the difference between Sumatran and Ethiopian.
    9. You can't remember . . . is pot illegal?
    10. A really great parking space can totally move you to tears.
    11. A low speed police pursuit will interrupt ANY TV broadcast.
    12. Gas costs $1.00 per gallon more than anywhere else in the U.S.
    13. A man gets on the bus in full leather regalia and crotchless chaps and you don't even notice.
    14. Unlike back home, the guy at 8:30 am at Starbucks' wearing the baseball cap and sunglasses who looks like George Clooney really IS George Clooney.
    15. Your car insurance costs as much as your house payment.
    16. Your hairdresser is straight, your plumber is gay, the woman who delivers your mail is into S & M, and your Mary Kay rep is a guy in drag.
    17. You can't remember . . is pot illegal?
    18. It's barely sprinkling rain and there's a report on every news station: "STORM WATCH."
    19. You have to leave the big company meeting early because Billy Blanks himself is teaching the 4:00 pm Tae Bo class.
    20. You pass an elementary school playground and the children are all busy with their cells or pagers.
    21. It's barely sprinkling rain outside, so you leave for work an hour early to avoid all the weather-related accidents . . .
    22. Hey!!!! Is Pot Illegal????
    23. Both you AND your dog have therapists . . ..and lastly.
    24. The Terminator is your Governor.

    #7 makes me cringe a little. Because I can taste the difference between Sumatran and Ethiopian!
    Sean - we have a "People's Republic" here, too. We call it "Berkeley".

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    here and there from there and here
    My daughter just sent me these yesterday:

    *If your local Dairy Queen is closed from November through
    March, you might live in Illinois.

    *If someone in a store offers you assistance & they don't work
    there, you might live in Illinois.

    *If your dad's suntan stops at a line curving around the middle
    of his forehead, you might live in Illinois.

    *If you have ever worn shorts and a hoddie at the same time,
    you might live in Illinois.

    *If your town has an equal number of bars and churches, you
    might live in Illinois.

    *If you have had a lengthy telephone conversation with someone
    who dialed a wrong number, you might live in Illinois.


    1. Vacation means going north or south on I-55 for the weekend.

    2. You measure distance in hours.

    3. You know several people who have hit a deer more than once.

    4. You often switch from heat to AC in the same day and back

    5. You drive 65 mph through a raging blizzard, without

    6. You see people wearing camouflage at social events (including

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

    8. You carry jumper cables in your car and know how to use them.

    9. You design your kids Halloween costume to fit over a

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

    11. You know all 5 seasons: almost winter, winter, still
    winter, road construction, & It's Hot.

    12. Your idea of creative landscaping is a statue of a deer
    next to a blue spruce.

    13. “Down south” means Missouri.

    14. A brat is something you eat.

    15. Your neighbor throws a party to celebrate his new pole-barn.

    16. You go out to a tailgate party every Friday.

    17. You have more miles on your snow blower than your car.

    18. You find 0 degrees a "little chilly."

    19. You know the difference between corn and soy beans at a

    20. You do not consider Chicago to be a part of Illinois.

    21. A “hill” is any landmass higher than 20 feet above sea

    22. You actually understand these jokes, and you forward them
    to all your Illinois friends. What's not to understand

    23. You know the S in Illinois is silent!!

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    Matt Savoie~Soul Skater CzarinaAnya's Avatar
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    Amen Nans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravyn Rant View Post
    Sean - we have a "People's Republic" here, too. We call it "Berkeley".
    Sister cities as far as I know. I have met more people that were Boulder Colorado natives or from the area when I have been in Berkley and Santa Barbara then when I am in Boulder.

    Those are great lists, my favorite so far are the "super cub", " Both you AND your dog have therapist" and "A “hill” is any landmass higher than 20 feet above sea level.

    Specifically Boulder Colorado, and I am sure other places will get some of these too.

    You know you are in or from Boulder when -

    It seems 80% of the people you meet are named "Dude" and it appears to be your new name now too.

    Bicycles magically transform between being pedestrians or cars depending on the traffic light.

    You know the difference between an "oval lactyl vegetarian" and vegetarian.

    You pay 20% more for anything you'll find 10 miles away in any other city in the state but Aspen.

    The term vegan gets used a lot.

    You will find a "All American Dinner" that boasts a "strictly vegetarian menu."

    4 of the 5 girls you know who will eat meat will not eat chicken off the bone.

    Most of the people that have SUVs do not know if it is "all wheel drive" or "4x4."

    The Homeless people don't bother saying "Thank you" if you give them anything shy of a $20.

    There are kids testing out of High school at the age of 4.

    Restaurants will occasionally supply booster seats for dogs.

    All Banks and Liquor stores have dog biscuits at the cash register.

    People think the parking spot on the public street in front of their house is theirs and will call towing companies.

    "Rubber Necking" is what happens before the car accident when driving through CU campus.

    Drug testing only happens at 10% of the businesses and that 10% will tell you where to get the "solution in a bottle."

    1 out of every 100 drivers acutely use their Eco-Pass, and it is usually for taking the bus to the mall because they had to park so far away.

    When the comment, " I was born and raised in Boulder" is spoken everyone stops talking and stares at you.

    You will find "tobacco free smoke shops."

    Some areas of town you can not smoke cigarettes outside.

    More than 75% of cars have "Free Tebet" bumperstickers.

    Dogs have equal rights to children, but can be shot if the dog is a pitbull. sad but true.

    The police are the scariest of the drivers on the road - that is when they are acutely moving.
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    Here's a list I found. The ones that apply to me are in bold:

    You might be from Ohio if:

    You think all Pro football teams are supposed to wear orange !

    You know all the 4 seasons: winter, still winter, almost winter and road

    You live less than 30 miles from some college or university.

    You know what a buckeye really is, and have a recipe for candied

    "Toward the lake" means "north" and "toward the river" means

    You know if other Ohioans are from southern or northern Ohio as soon
    as they open their mouths.

    You can spell words like Cuyahoga, Olentangy, Bellefontaine,
    Tuscarawas, Wapakoneta and you know which letter is doubled in Cincinnati!

    "Vacation!" means spending a day at Cedar Point in the summer and
    deer hunting in the fall.

    You measure distance in minutes.

    Your school classes were canceled because of cold.

    Your school classes were canceled because of heat.

    You've had to switch from "A/C" to "heat" in the same day.

    You know what should be knee-high by the Fourth of July.

    You end your sentences with an unnecessary preposition. For example:
    "Where's my coat at?"

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

    You carry jumper cables in your car.

    You know what 'pop' is. !

    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 think sexy lingerie is tube socks and a flannel nightgown.

    The local paper covers national and international headlines on one
    page but requires six pages for sports.

    You know which leaves make good toilet paper.

    Here are some of my own:

    You know what a "beer hole" is, and you've been to one.

    Nearly everyone you know has hit a deer.

    You understand the lyrics to Neil Young's "Ohio" and The Pretenders' "My City Was Gone"

    You can tell where the nearest Amish community is.

    You bust out laughing when someone says he went the wrong way on 270.

    There is a "crybaby bridge" within 15 miles of your house.

    You know where and when you can see the "butter cow".

    You've accidentally gone to Kentucky.

    You have a really funny t.p.'ing story.

    You say "whole nother"

    You have been to one of the festivals: strawberry, pumpkin, corn, pork

    You pronounce "Versailles," "Milan," "Bellefontaine," "Terre Haute," and "Lima" a bit differently.

    You know about the "big basket"

    You know why we're the "Birthplace of Aviation," and that people from North Carolina are just jealous with that "First in Flight" business.

    You know a senior citizen with a "riverboat problem".

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    You know you live in Kentucy when they send the kids home for a dusting of snow.
    You know you live in Kentucky / Illinois when you get a dustin gof snow and everyone leaves work early.
    You know your in Kentucky cause drivers think turn lights are an option on your car. (they don't use them)

    Can't you tell I am a transplant

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    You know you're from Pittsburgh

    "Hey Yunz Guyz" is your traditional greeting.
    You know the time and location of every Wing Night in a 10 mile radius.
    You know the location of the following towns, know someone from them and have spent time there: Monongahela, Altoona, Bethlehem, Ligonier, Harmony and Wilmerding.
    Your latest cultural experience: On your way to partying at Slippery Rock University, having to stop your car to let the Amish buggy cross the street.
    As your out-of-town friends brag about their latest trips to Europe, you think to yourself, "Polish Hill will suffice."
    You eat out at least once a week at a mafia-owned Italian pizza parlor.
    Your father has worked for the same company for over 20 years.
    You don't see what all the hype is about Disney World when Kennywood is just around the corner.
    You've taken deliberate field trips to the Andy Warhol museum.
    You water ski on the Youghiogheny River Lake.
    You're more worried about Jerome Bettis's health than your own.
    You own more than one original Terrible Towel.
    Your most bitter regret is that Dan Marino plays for the Dolphins...
    You don't understand what all the hype is about for Rolling Rock beer, you've been drinking it for years ...although Penn Pilsner is better.
    You consider a great vacation a trip to Conneaut Lake or Lake Erie. ...For something a little more exotic, a trip to the Jersey shore.
    You're 35 years old, have never been outside of Allegheny County, and don't see the need to leave.
    You only own four spices: salt, pepper, Heinz ketchup, and the bottle of Trappey's Red Devil you swiped from Primanti's.
    You design your Halloween costume to fit over a snowsuit.
    For the life of you, you can't understand why all your out-of-town friends don't get the "fries and cole slaw" thing....
    You have 101 favorite recipes for kolbassi and sauerkraut.
    Driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled with snow.
    You find 20F "a little" chilly.
    You know the four seasons: Winter, Still Winter, Almost Winter, and Construction.
    You remember fondly time off from school known as "Snow Days".
    Words like: hoagie; chipped ham; pop; and gumband actually mean something to you.
    You can use the phrase "Firehall Wedding" and not even bat an eye.
    You actually get these jokes and forward them to all your Pittsburgh friends

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    You know you're from Pennsylvania

    You know exactly what to do when your mother tells you to "red up" your room.
    You know the time and location of every "wing night" within a 20 mile radius.
    You can recite the four seasons: Almost Winter, Winter, Still Winter, and Construction.
    You can use the phrase "firehall wedding" without even batting an eye.
    You think nothing of an Amish buggy on the road.
    You constantly refer to Pennsylvania as "PA" (pronounce Pee-ay). How many other states do that?
    You know that Blue Ball, Intercourse, Climax, Bird-in-Hand, Virginville, Paradise, Mars, and Slippery Rock are actual PA towns.
    You know how to respond to the question "Djeetyet?"
    There is no such thing as a "Philly Cheesesteak." It's just called a Cheesesteak since everybody knows where they come from.
    Your idea of a traffic jam is 5 cars waiting to pass a tractor on a two lane road.
    You know several people who have hit deer more than once.
    You use a down comforter in the summer.
    You install security lights on your house & garage and leave both unlocked.
    There are 7 empty cars running in the parking lot of Sheetz mini-mart at any given time.
    You not only have heard of Birch Beer, but you know that it comes in several different colors.
    You can't go to a wedding without hearing the Chicken Dance.
    You've never referred to Philadelphia as anything but "Philly."
    You measure distance in hours.
    You know what the phrase "something the cat dragged in" means.
    You have pork & sauerkraut on New Years Day.
    You can dodge potholes at 55 mph.
    You have an uncontrollable urge to buy bread and milk when you hear the word "snow."
    You say the correct pronounciation LANG-kist-er instead of the mispronounced Lan-CAST-er, and LEB-en-in instead of the equally incorrect Leb-a-NON.
    You can stop along the road to buy fruits, vegetables, or crafts on the "honor system."
    You know what REAL pot pie is.
    YOUR turkey has "filling", not "stuffing", and most certainly NOT "dressing."
    You know that chicken corn soup from a fire house is the most nearly perfect food on earth.
    Hearing horses clopping down a paved street doesn't bring you to the window to see what's going on outside.
    School closings due to snow take the radio stations a half an hour to finish, because just about every town has its own school district.
    When someone says 1972, you think "Agnes," and when someone says 1979, you think "TMI."
    You call sloppy joes "barbecue."
    When it snows, they put cinders on the roads instead of sand.
    You know that Yuengling is pronounced "Ying-ling," and believe that it really is a premium beer.
    You know that Wilkes-Barre is pronounced "Wilks Berry."
    You can pronounce "Knoebels" and can pronounce & spell "Schuylkill."
    You live for summer, when street fairs signal the beginning of funnel cake season.
    You have a day off school on the Monday after Thanksgiving, which is the first day of hunting season.
    You refer to something as "a whole nother," e.g., "That's a whole nother issue."
    You ask the waitress for "dippy eggs" for breakfast.
    The local paper covers National and International headlines on 1/4 page, but requires six pages for sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachael View Post
    You know the time and location of every Wing Night in a 10 mile radius.
    That is SO TRUE. I just was in the mountains with my friend from Pitt (originally Mars) and last night was Wing night at a bar close by (as a bird flies anyway) and he kept talking about it, and talking,....he went to the place one time for a pick up and has been obsessed ever since. And he said they aren't even that good. Anyway it was only a factor of the miserable weather that stopped us from going. "Long Live Frank and Theresa!"

    eta, I had to call him and he wanted everyone to know we had " 'kolbossy" from the only real polish deli around - "don ton" - with kraut and slaw without mayo last night. Instead of hitting the 35 cent wing night from Pete's Beaver Park Inn.
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    You might be from British Columbia if:

    1. You know the provincial flower (Mildew)
    2. You feel guilty throwing aluminum cans or paper in the trash.
    3. Use the statement “sun break” and know what it means.
    4. You know more than 10 ways to order coffee.
    5. You know more people who own boats than air conditioners.
    6. You feel overdressed wearing a suit to a nice restaurant.
    7. You stand on a deserted corner in the rain waiting for the “Walk” signal.
    8. You consider that if it has no snow, it is not a real mountain.
    9. You can taste the difference between Starbucks, Blendz, and Tim Hortons.
    10. You know the difference between Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye salmon.
    11. You know how to pronounce Squamish, Osoyoos & Nanaimo.
    12. You consider swimming an indoor sport.
    13. You can tell the difference between Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, and Thai food.
    14. In winter, you go to work in the dark and come home in the dark - while only working eight-hour days.
    15. You never go camping without waterproof matches and a poncho.
    16. You are not fazed by “Today’s forecast: showers followed by rain,” and “Tomorrow’s forecast: rain followed by showers.”
    17. You cannot wait for a day with “showers and sun breaks”.
    18. You have no concept of humidity without precipitation.
    19. You know that Dawson Creek is a town, not a TV show.
    20. You can point to at least two ski mountains,even if you cannot see through the cloud cover.
    21. You notice “the mountain is out” when it is a pretty day and you can actually see it.
    22. You put on your shorts when the temperature gets above 5, but still wear your hiking boots and parka.
    23. You switch to your sandals when it gets about 10, but keep the socks on.
    24. You have actually used your mountain bike on a mountain.
    25. You think people who use umbrellas are either wimps or tourists.
    26. You recognize the background shots in your favourite movies & TV shows.
    27. You buy new sunglasses every year, because you can’t find the old ones after such a long time.
    28. You measure distance in hours.
    29. You often switch from “heat” to “a/c” in your car in the same day.
    30. You use a down comforter in the summer.
    31. You carry jumper cables in your car and your wife knows how to use them.
    32. You design your kid’s Halloween costume to fit under a raincoat.
    33. You know all the important seasons: Almost Winter, Winter, Still Raining (Spring),Road Construction (Summer) & Raining Again (Fall).

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    Okay, I give up.

    SeaniBu: What's a "fourteener" and "Baby Doe Tabor"?

    Tonichelle: What's "squaw candy," "Spenard Divorce," or "baleen"?

    Rachael: What's a "terrible towel," "Agnes," "TMI," and "gumband"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchherder View Post
    Okay, I give up.

    SeaniBu: What's a "fourteener" and "Baby Doe Tabor"?

    Rachael: What's a "terrible towel," "Agnes," "TMI," and "gumband"?
    1. A mountain peak over 14,000 feet. It is a big deal around CO because we have so many and we like to have ascended more then any other person we know - I am only at 18 and Most people I know / grown up with have more then I ( I also cheated and got 3 in in one day, but had to base camp to do it ).

    2.Horance Tabor owned the property that Paint Your Wagon was shot on-location and where my family owns a collapsed Silver mine. Elizabeth was quite a lady - pretty too - and has a city in Colorado named after her not to mention all the famious men of the "old west

    I can't believe anyone doesn't know what a terrible towel is???
    And "Agnes"? DJ - friend from PA didn't know that one either. TMI I assume is Too Much Information.

    BTW, Rachael, is it Rachael F?
    Last edited by SeaniBu; 01-10-2007 at 01:48 PM.

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