Tuesday, September 06, 2011

You Know You're From Nebraska When....

The local gas station sells live bait, next to the local jerked beef and homemade jam.

At least twice a year some part of your home doubles as a meat processing plant.

You understand that brakes on silage trucks are considered a luxury.

“Bulldoggin'“ is an event.

As the American flag passes, you are on your feet and have removed your hat, your hand is over your heart, or someone behind you gives you a slap-on-the-head reminder to do so.
You think that the start of deer and pheasant season is a national holiday.
You understand the true meaning to “snipe” hunting.

Pop is the only name for soda.

The trip into town for school takes longer than your lunch period.

“Crown Royal” has nothing to do with nobility.

1 comment:

Connie Arnold said...

Ha, good ones, Mary! We lived in Nebraska for about 11 years.