Only People From The Midwest Can Tell You That All Of These Are Absolutely True
Missy aka Tizzy
On 7th June 2018
No matter where you are from, each area has its own little quirks that the people have adapted to. If you are from the northeastern part of the United States, you tend to lose the letter 'r' when you speak among saying other things differently. You say things like cawfee (coffee), dawg (dog), and you pak the cah (park the car). The midwestern parts of the United States also have their own things that are specific to that area. Here are just a few quirks that only midwesterners can tell you are totally true.
Welcome To The Midwest
Every part of the world has things that are particular to that part of the world. The Midwest, for example, has tons of little quirks, sayings, and actions that only people from that area are totally aware of. Here are some of the most common things particular to that area of the world.
It really does not matter where you are from, many people love Ranch dressing. However, nobody loves it quite like the people of the Midwest. They use it for everything. It is kind of like how people in the south use hot sauce on everything.
The Midwest is full of cornfields. Cornfields as far as the eye can see. And, yes, they do have a ton of soybean fields too. A fun fact, most of these fields are actually surrounded by marijuana plants. I do not know why, but it is true. Don't get excited, though. It is ditch weed that you would truly regret smoking afterward.
Ope is a term used in the Midwest to replace the word "whoops" or "oops" or even "excuse me". It is pretty universal and not heard outside of the Midwest unless a person is a Midwest transplant.
Taco In A Bag
Personally, I have never heard of taco in a bag, but I can see why it is popular in the Midwest. Imagine having a bonfire with all of your neighbors and just chilling out while eating your taco out of a bag. It sounds like heaven.