Can You Talk Like A Montana Cowboy?

Think you have what it takes to roll with the true cowboys in Montana? It's time to put your knowledge to the test! How many pieces of Montana lingo do you know? Enough to keep pace? Let's find out!
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Miles City is known as what capital?
The Hiking Capital
The Cowboy Capital
The Horse Capital
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If it's a "bit nippy out," then it's likely....
20 degrees below zero
Around 50 degreees
Around 32 degrees
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If you're driving a "2-dig" in Montana, then your car has...
Two wheel drive
Four wheel drive
All wheel drive
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If something costs a "buck ninety eight" then it is....
Inexpensive
Expensive
Free
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Who might be called a "bunny hugger?"
Someone from California.
Someone from Washington.
Someone from New York.
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What are "can openers?"
Beer openers
Swiss army knives
Spurs
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If someone needs to "cowboy up" then they need to....
Work harder.
Get a better hat.
Suck it up.
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Who might be called a "fence wrecker?"
A drunk person.
An adulterer.
A horse.
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What is a "fish cop?"
A wannabe fisherman.
A game warden.
A detective.
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If someone "got tossed" then they were...
Throwing up from drinking too much.
Thrown jail.
Thrown off of a horse.
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A "hay shaker" is simply...
A new farmer.
An old time farmer.
A cow.
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What's a "Montana shoeshine?"
Stepping in a slush puddle.
Stepping in horse manure.
Getting your shoes shined.
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, it's not exactly time to pack your bags and head to Montana just yet! While you may have recognized a few terms of Montana cowboy slang, you could definitely use a bit more time before mixing it up with the locals. Better luck next time!

C+, Cowboy Clueless

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Ready to hold your own with the cowboys of Montana? We sure think so! It's obvious that you know Montana slang almost as well as the locals. With a little time and practice, you'll be riding the hills with the best of the best!

B+, Cowboy Clever

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You're a total maverick who can most certainly hold their own with the cowboys of Montana! Whether you're going for a joy ride or mixing it up in town with the locals, you can talk the talk and walk the walk. Better bust out the chaps and get to Montana stat!

A+, Montana Cowboy Maverick

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1
Miles City is known as what capital?
The Hiking Capital
The Cowboy Capital
The Horse Capital
2
If it's a "bit nippy out," then it's likely....
20 degrees below zero
Around 50 degreees
Around 32 degrees
3
If you're driving a "2-dig" in Montana, then your car has...
Two wheel drive
Four wheel drive
All wheel drive
4
If something costs a "buck ninety eight" then it is....
Inexpensive
Expensive
Free
5
Who might be called a "bunny hugger?"
Someone from California.
Someone from Washington.
Someone from New York.
6
What are "can openers?"
Beer openers
Swiss army knives
Spurs
7
If someone needs to "cowboy up" then they need to....
Work harder.
Get a better hat.
Suck it up.
8
Who might be called a "fence wrecker?"
A drunk person.
An adulterer.
A horse.
9
What is a "fish cop?"
A wannabe fisherman.
A game warden.
A detective.
10
If someone "got tossed" then they were...
Throwing up from drinking too much.
Thrown jail.
Thrown off of a horse.
11
A "hay shaker" is simply...
A new farmer.
An old time farmer.
A cow.
12
What's a "Montana shoeshine?"
Stepping in a slush puddle.
Stepping in horse manure.
Getting your shoes shined.