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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Laugh of the Day...You Know You're In Idaho When.

I live in Idaho and I collected some of these online and a few are from my own experience. Maybe some of you can relate.  Enjoy a laugh today!

You Know You're In Idaho When...

The wind is faster than your truck.
Every other vehicle is a 4x4.
You can drive 70 mph through a blizzard and not even flinch.
You see cowboy boots at church.
Driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled with snow.
Your outside water is turned on in the spring and turned off in the fall.
When the sun goes down you start looking for your coat.
You commonly pronounce French terms and names in a manner that would make a Parisian declare war (Dubois: Dew Boysss) (Coeur d'Alene: Core-Dah-Layne)
The local paper covers national and international headlines on one page but requires 6 pages for cattle prices and high school sports.
Blue and orange are the state colors.
Yellow light means "follow the car in front of you no matter what."
You've broken down on the highway and somebody stops to help you.
You can see the stars at night.
You step outside and know exactly where the neighbor's cows are because you smell them before you see them.
The weather hits 50 degrees and your kids want to put on their shorts because it's so warm.

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