Can You Decipher Minnesota Slang?

Minnesotans have their own ways of talking and communicating with other Minnesotans! Do you think that you've got what it takes to decipher Minnesota slang? Let's find out!
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In Minnesota the expression "uff da" means you're feeling....
Disgruntled
Excited
Anxious
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The phrase "you betcha" is typically meant to indicate....
Agreement
Anger
Annoyance
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What does the average Minnesotan call a carbonated beverage?
Soda
Coke
Pop
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What is a "hotdish" in Minnesota?
Any kind of casserole
A dish consisting of leftovers, tater tots, and cheese
A dish you bring to potluck or party
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When a Minnesotan says "that's interesting" when discussing a matter of opinion, what they really mean is?
They agree
They disagree
They're upset
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What do Minnesotans consider the sport of "skijor?"
People pulling dogs on skis
Dogs pulling people on skis
Dogs pulling snowmobiles
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What do Minnesotans call the northern portion of the state?
Up
North
There
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What is "lutefisk?"
A type of fishing
Dried cod soaked in lye
Any fish taken from a lake
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Which phrase are you more likely to find in Minnesota?
Dontcha Know
Yous guys
Y'all
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What do Minnesotans consider "salad?"
Leafy greens and veggies
Jello, marshmallows, and maybe fruit
Anything that's a combination of several foods put together
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What is a "beer cooler" in Minnesota?
A plastic cooler designed for beer
Putting your beer in the snow
A fridge typically located in a garage
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What is "crapola" in Minnesota?
An expression of disdain
A cranberry apple granola
Something you say in front of kids rather than cursing
Result
Based on the results of this quiz you're a bit Minnesota slang slow! To a Minnesota outsider, many of these terms can be quite confusing. Don't beat yourself up too much. Trying is half the battle!

C+, Minnesota Slang Slow

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Based on the results of this quiz you are truly Minnesota slang savvy! Not only do you know many of the slang terms used in Minnesota, but we suspect you know a great deal of slang from every state.

B+, Minnesota Slang Savvy

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Right!
Based on the results of this quiz you're a Minnesota slang expert! Are you an actual Minnesotan? Because this quiz would indicate that you know way more about the slang of this state than the average American. Way to be culturally insightful!

A+, Minnesota Slang Expert

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1
In Minnesota the expression "uff da" means you're feeling....
Disgruntled
Excited
Anxious
2
The phrase "you betcha" is typically meant to indicate....
Agreement
Anger
Annoyance
3
What does the average Minnesotan call a carbonated beverage?
Soda
Coke
Pop
4
What is a "hotdish" in Minnesota?
Any kind of casserole
A dish consisting of leftovers, tater tots, and cheese
A dish you bring to potluck or party
5
When a Minnesotan says "that's interesting" when discussing a matter of opinion, what they really mean is?
They agree
They disagree
They're upset
6
What do Minnesotans consider the sport of "skijor?"
People pulling dogs on skis
Dogs pulling people on skis
Dogs pulling snowmobiles
7
What do Minnesotans call the northern portion of the state?
Up
North
There
8
What is "lutefisk?"
A type of fishing
Dried cod soaked in lye
Any fish taken from a lake
9
Which phrase are you more likely to find in Minnesota?
Dontcha Know
Yous guys
Y'all
10
What do Minnesotans consider "salad?"
Leafy greens and veggies
Jello, marshmallows, and maybe fruit
Anything that's a combination of several foods put together
11
What is a "beer cooler" in Minnesota?
A plastic cooler designed for beer
Putting your beer in the snow
A fridge typically located in a garage
12
What is "crapola" in Minnesota?
An expression of disdain
A cranberry apple granola
Something you say in front of kids rather than cursing