Top 10 Things Only Midwestern People UnderstandThe Midwest is the best place to live. If you ain’t from the Midwest you won’t understand this list.
You want unpredictable weather? Then the Midwest is the place for you. It can go from 70 degrees outside one day to 20 degrees the next day.
It's very predictable here in the Pacific Northwest. Rain until February, then some snow, then more rain.
I live in Wisconsin and that is how I know and how to get used to it!
So imagine it's 60 degrees and sunny. Seems like a nice day right? Well, the wind will make it seem worse.
Ah yes, Lake Michigan in the summer is beautiful.
Yes, even in California going to Lake Tahoe is the best thing ever
Not only are they good for doing work; they're perfect for having fun too. Just tie a rope to the back and then you can go mudding/sledding.
I'd rather have a vehicle I can rely on, something that can get me through snow and ice, not some fast sports car. city people just don't get this.
In case you're wondering what corn hole is it's the Midwest name for "bean bag toss."
This I think is the only thing on this list that people outside of the midwest wouldn't understand, this and the word "cornhole".
This is an expression that you'd say when you make a small mistake.
Ex: *bumping into someone*
Ope I'm sorry.
It means "oops".
The only purpose for a gun outside of war is shooting animals to feed your family. In the city, there is no need to go hunting and therefore, there is absolutely no purpose to have a gun or rifle in the country. It is simply much easier to go to the forest and stalk and kill a deer, it makes the day go by faster and creates a bonding experience with your son or daughter.
Go "up north" during deer season. You'll find thousands of guys with high powered rifles hunting. You'll also find little to no murders, killings, or deaths because of those rifles. It's not the gun, it's the person doing the shooting...
Yes you read that right. Contrary to popular belief guns don't kill people.
Not a Midwest (I actually live near the Midwest) but State Fairs are fun there!
They're a big thing in the Midwest for sure.
Yeah, except we go to bonfires every July 4th.
This I'm assuming your talking about a huge bonfire, which are pretty cool