You Know You're From Montana When...
You get passed when you are driving seventy five.
The rodeo is the social event of the year.
You tell North Dakota jokes.
The pickup trucks all have two rifles and two big dogs.
People you don't know smile and say "Howdy."
Bumper stickers are about guns, horses or chewing tobacco.
The only people wearing white shirts are out of town Lawyers
Someone says manure spreader and you know it isn't the local congressman
When the car in front of you is weaving, you suspect a farmer instead of a drunk
You can actually pronounce the City's name Glasgow (Glasgo) without calling it Glascow
Maps and gloves are kept in your vehicles "jockey box"
You can choose plastic bags or a paper sacks for your groceries
You have 10 favorite recipes for Elk meat.
You can write a check at McDonald's for 2 Big Macs and fries.
The most effective mosquito repellent is a shotgun.
The major county fund-raiser isn't bingo - it's sausage making.
You attend a formal event in your best clothes, your finest jewelry, and your Sorels.
You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from Montana.
Thursday, August 4, 2005
Posted by pam peters at 11:31 AM