Do You Know Enough Maine Slang to Call Yourself A Mainer?

Think you know enough Maine slang to call yourself a true Mainer? Can you talk the talk like a true New England native? Talk your way through this slang quiz and find out!
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If you're "booking it" what are you going?
Hurrying
Processing paperwork
Recording information
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What does a Mainer mean when they say "Chuppta?"
"Are you sick?"
"Did you eat?"
"What are you doing?"
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How would a Maine native describe something that's cute?
That's cunnin.
That's wicked.
That's sweet.
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What does it mean if you "get in a gaum?"
You're lost in the woods.
You're in trouble.
You're drunk.
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If you're having some "bed lunches," you're actually having:
A midnight snack
Terrible pains
Vivid dreams
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What does "culch" mean?
Friend
Trash
Enemy
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How else could you say "catch a buzz on?"
Go to the mall.
Get drunk.
Run very fast.
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If it's "breezed up" outside, then it is probably pretty...
Windy
Cold
Rainy
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If something went "stove up" then it is definitely what?
New
Broken
Old
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If you're feeling "mugup" then you're probably pretty...
Tired
Full
Anxious
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After a big snow storm, you'd say that the roads are pretty....
Greasy
Dirty
Melty
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If you're friend is "going out in the willie-wacks" they're headed to:
The city
The country
The bar
Result
Though you might like to think of yourself as a true Mainer, you've got a lot to learn before you can talk the talk in this New England state! You might want to take a field trip to Maine and do a bit of studying. You can also try the lobster! mklklgklkg

C+, Maine Outsider

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Right!
Not only can you talk the talk like any true Mainer, but it's obvious that you know Maine slang far better than most! From the "greasy" roads to that "mudup" feeling after a meal, you know the slang of Maine like the back of your hand. Now go reward yourself with a lobster roll!

B+, Maine Marvel

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Right!
You're obviously a total Mainer! Not only do you love the state of Maine and New England in general, but you're as keen on the slang as one can be. You can walk the walk and talk the talk, a sign that you're probably Maine born and raised!

A+, A Total Mainer

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1
If you're "booking it" what are you going?
Hurrying
Processing paperwork
Recording information
2
What does a Mainer mean when they say "Chuppta?"
"Are you sick?"
"Did you eat?"
"What are you doing?"
3
How would a Maine native describe something that's cute?
That's cunnin.
That's wicked.
That's sweet.
4
What does it mean if you "get in a gaum?"
You're lost in the woods.
You're in trouble.
You're drunk.
5
If you're having some "bed lunches," you're actually having:
A midnight snack
Terrible pains
Vivid dreams
6
What does "culch" mean?
Friend
Trash
Enemy
7
How else could you say "catch a buzz on?"
Go to the mall.
Get drunk.
Run very fast.
8
If it's "breezed up" outside, then it is probably pretty...
Windy
Cold
Rainy
9
If something went "stove up" then it is definitely what?
New
Broken
Old
10
If you're feeling "mugup" then you're probably pretty...
Tired
Full
Anxious
11
After a big snow storm, you'd say that the roads are pretty....
Greasy
Dirty
Melty
12
If you're friend is "going out in the willie-wacks" they're headed to:
The city
The country
The bar