How Much Florida Lingo Do You Really Know? | QuizPug

How Much Florida Lingo Do You Really Know?

Snowbirds and Florida natives- this is the quiz for you! Just how much Florida lingo do you really know? Can you hold your own in a conversation with any true Floridian? Let's find out!
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If you have to pick up some groceries or a sandwich or both, you’re definitely headed to:
Publix
Wawa
Ralph's

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What does "up north" mean to a Floridian?
Anything North of Florida
The Northeast
Canada

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What's the "stingray shuffle?"
A dance craze
The dance you do to avoid stingrays on the beach
The Christmas shopping season

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What are "No-see-ums?"
Bugs that you can feel but can't see.
Mosquitoes
Lightning bugs

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What is "liquid sunshine?"
Tanning oil
When it is raining and sunny at the same time
When the sun is setting

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What is "winter" in Florida?
The few days a year when it's under 65.
The day after Thanksgiving.
Anytime it's under 80.

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What do folks in Florida call a carbonated beverage?
Pop
Soda
Coke

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Most Floridians are bad at using their....
Blinker.
Cell phones.
Thermostat.

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Which pie is iconic in Florida?
Key lime
Coconut cream
Lemon

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When it comes to football, you're definitely following which team?
The Dolphins
The Heat
The Predators

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You’d best use sunscreen during the day, and __________ at night.
Moonscreen
Mosquito repeellent
Night block

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It’s not just the heat that makes the weather so sweltering, it’s also the what?
Dew
Humidity
Fog

C+, Florida Flop

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You might know Florida for the sandy beaches and awesome amusement parks, but you don't know the lingo just yet! Hey, for those of us who aren't native Floridians or snowbirds, these terms can seem like a language of their own! Better luck next time!

B+, Florida Local

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Whether it's heading to Publix for a sub or rubbing yourself in mosquito repellent- you know what it's like to live in Florida! These terms are common knowledge to you, because you hear them everyday. You know what "moonscreen" is and you also know what it takes to talk with the locals!

A+, Florida Scholar

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When it comes to Florida lingo, you're practically a scholar! Whether you consider yourself a snowbird or a local native, you know the ins and outs of living in Florida. From the best place to get a sub to the likelihood of someone using a turn signal, you can hold your own in any conversation.
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1
If you have to pick up some groceries or a sandwich or both, you’re definitely headed to:
Publix
Wawa
Ralph's
2
What does "up north" mean to a Floridian?
Anything North of Florida
The Northeast
Canada
3
What's the "stingray shuffle?"
A dance craze
The dance you do to avoid stingrays on the beach
The Christmas shopping season
4
What are "No-see-ums?"
Bugs that you can feel but can't see.
Mosquitoes
Lightning bugs
5
What is "liquid sunshine?"
Tanning oil
When it is raining and sunny at the same time
When the sun is setting
6
What is "winter" in Florida?
The few days a year when it's under 65.
The day after Thanksgiving.
Anytime it's under 80.
7
What do folks in Florida call a carbonated beverage?
Pop
Soda
Coke
8
Most Floridians are bad at using their....
Blinker.
Cell phones.
Thermostat.
9
Which pie is iconic in Florida?
Key lime
Coconut cream
Lemon
10
When it comes to football, you're definitely following which team?
The Dolphins
The Heat
The Predators
11
You’d best use sunscreen during the day, and __________ at night.
Moonscreen
Mosquito repeellent
Night block
12
It’s not just the heat that makes the weather so sweltering, it’s also the what?
Dew
Humidity
Fog

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