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Can You Decipher Indiana Slang?

Every state has a unique language and vernacular that is totally their own. Do you think you can decipher the slang of Indiana like a true citizen? It's time to find out!
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What is a Hoosier?
A horse
An owl
A resident of Indiana

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What do you call the game where you throw bean bags at wooden boards?
Cornhole
Bean bag toss
Horsehole

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If you're eating "puppychow" in Indiana, what are you eating?
Dogfood
Hamburger meat
Snack mix with chocolate

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What is "Peyton's Place"?
The RCA Dome
Indiana University
The City of Bloomington

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Where is "Scary," Indiana?
In Fort Wayne, Indiana
In Gary, Indiana
In Fishers, Indiana

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What is a "boilermaker?"
A sauna
A student at Purdue
A liquor store

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When would you say "hoo hoo" in Indiana?
When greeting a neighbor
When cheering at an IU game
When someone gets a boo boo

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What is "Ski" in Indiana?
A citrus flavored beverage
A term of endearment
A summer sport

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What term for a bug that lights up in Indiana?
Firefly
Lightning bug
Flashy bug

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What is a "sweeper" in Indiana?
A vacuum
A type of fish
An all star athlete

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What is "5 Hunnert" referencing?
The Indianapolis 500
The speed people drive on the freeway
The number of deer in the area

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What is "naptown" in Indiana?
A place people go when they dream
The busiest place in Indiana
A museum dedicated to sleep

C+, Indiana Out Of Sorts

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Well, this quiz revealed that your knowledge on the slang of Indiana is a bit out of sorts at this point in time. You may have recognized a few of these wacky terms, but most of them left you scratching your head in puzzlement. Fret not friend, it's not easy learning the slang terms of a different state!

B+, Indiana Interested

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are Indiana interested! It's obvious that you know Indiana slang in a way that few people do. Not only could you easily keep pace with a native, but we suspect your knowledge far exceeds the confines of this quiz.

A+, Indiana Invested

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are Indiana invested! It's clear that you know your Indiana slang just as well as a citizen of this great state. From the Indianapolis Colts to the Indy 500, you love Indiana and everything that makes this state the amazing place that it is.
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1
What is a Hoosier?
A horse
An owl
A resident of Indiana
2
What do you call the game where you throw bean bags at wooden boards?
Cornhole
Bean bag toss
Horsehole
3
If you're eating "puppychow" in Indiana, what are you eating?
Dogfood
Hamburger meat
Snack mix with chocolate
4
What is "Peyton's Place"?
The RCA Dome
Indiana University
The City of Bloomington
5
Where is "Scary," Indiana?
In Fort Wayne, Indiana
In Gary, Indiana
In Fishers, Indiana
6
What is a "boilermaker?"
A sauna
A student at Purdue
A liquor store
7
When would you say "hoo hoo" in Indiana?
When greeting a neighbor
When cheering at an IU game
When someone gets a boo boo
8
What is "Ski" in Indiana?
A citrus flavored beverage
A term of endearment
A summer sport
9
What term for a bug that lights up in Indiana?
Firefly
Lightning bug
Flashy bug
10
What is a "sweeper" in Indiana?
A vacuum
A type of fish
An all star athlete
11
What is "5 Hunnert" referencing?
The Indianapolis 500
The speed people drive on the freeway
The number of deer in the area
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What is "naptown" in Indiana?
A place people go when they dream
The busiest place in Indiana
A museum dedicated to sleep

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