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Can You Decipher Vermont Slang?

Only those from Vermont will be able to decipher these 12 words! Do you think you can decipher Vermont slang better than most? Take this quiz and put your knowledge to the test!
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What is "mud season" in Vermont?
The time between spring and summer
The time between winter and spring
The time between summer and fall

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What is "stick season" in Vermont?
The month after the official end of winter
The period of time after all the leaves are barren in fall
The winter time

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What is "green up day" if you're from Vermont?
The first Sunday in March
The first Saturday in May
The first Monday in June

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What exactly is a "maple pipeline?"
An underground pipeline for all the maple syrup
Tubes that carry extracted syrup from the trees
Vermont's slang for highway

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What is a "bullpout" if you're from Vermont?
A bull ready to mate
A method of smoking beef
A type of fish

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If something is "down cellar" in Vermont, where is it?
Down the road
In the basement
In the back shed

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If you're eating "sugar on snow" in Vermont, what are you eating?
A snowcone
Maple syrup poured over snow
Soda pop poured over snow

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What are "decorated vegetables" in Vermont?
Literal decorated vegetables used to win prizes
Vegetables drizzled in syrup
Vegetables that are cut in fancy ways

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What are "freshies" in Vermont?
Individuals who are new to Vermont
Fresh tracks in the snow
Fresh vegetables

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What is a "flatlander?"
Anyone from the South
Someone from the countryside
Anyone who wasn't born in Vermont

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What is a "woodchuck" in Vermont?
A small woodland creature
Anyone who lives in rural Vermont
Loggers who hail from Vermont

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What is "deer jacking" in Vermont?
Taking or hunting a deer illegally
Hitting a deer with your car
Feeding deer in residential areas

C+, Vermont Slang Clueless

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Uh-oh, this quiz revealed that you're a bit clueless when it comes to the tricky slang terms of this Northern US state. While you may have guessed a few of these answers, you're not openly invested in learning the slang of Vermont just yet.

B+, Vermont Slang Victory

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Looks like we've got a Vermont slang victory on our hands! While many Americans struggle to know slang outside of their own state, you've proved that it is entirely possible! Keep up the good work and never stop venturing out of your state's comfort zone!

A+, Vermont Slang Expert

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true Vermont slang expert! It's obvious that you're highly interested in expanding your horizons outside of your home state. You proved yourself as knowledgable on Vermont slang as a true resident.
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1
What is "mud season" in Vermont?
The time between spring and summer
The time between winter and spring
The time between summer and fall
2
What is "stick season" in Vermont?
The month after the official end of winter
The period of time after all the leaves are barren in fall
The winter time
3
What is "green up day" if you're from Vermont?
The first Sunday in March
The first Saturday in May
The first Monday in June
4
What exactly is a "maple pipeline?"
An underground pipeline for all the maple syrup
Tubes that carry extracted syrup from the trees
Vermont's slang for highway
5
What is a "bullpout" if you're from Vermont?
A bull ready to mate
A method of smoking beef
A type of fish
6
If something is "down cellar" in Vermont, where is it?
Down the road
In the basement
In the back shed
7
If you're eating "sugar on snow" in Vermont, what are you eating?
A snowcone
Maple syrup poured over snow
Soda pop poured over snow
8
What are "decorated vegetables" in Vermont?
Literal decorated vegetables used to win prizes
Vegetables drizzled in syrup
Vegetables that are cut in fancy ways
9
What are "freshies" in Vermont?
Individuals who are new to Vermont
Fresh tracks in the snow
Fresh vegetables
10
What is a "flatlander?"
Anyone from the South
Someone from the countryside
Anyone who wasn't born in Vermont
11
What is a "woodchuck" in Vermont?
A small woodland creature
Anyone who lives in rural Vermont
Loggers who hail from Vermont
12
What is "deer jacking" in Vermont?
Taking or hunting a deer illegally
Hitting a deer with your car
Feeding deer in residential areas

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