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#1

If you're feeling thirsty in Massachusetts or Wisconsin, what might you drink out of?

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  • A quencher

  • A filter

  • A splasher

  • A bubbler

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#2

In New England, people use the phrase "dropped egg" to mean what?

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    Poached egg
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    Hardboiled egg
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    Fried egg
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    Scrambled egg

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#3

They probably don't get used much anymore, but Alabamians have a specific word for a "slingshot." What is it?

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  • Slip

  • Flip

  • Slap

  • Flap

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#4

In Iowa, you don't play this sport, you play kittenball.

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    Volleyball
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    Softball
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    Basketball
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    Tennis

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#5

Diddledees is a delightful word for pine needles. Where does it come from?

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  • Massachusetts

  • Maine

  • Michigan

  • Minnesota

  • Maryland

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#6

You probably know what a sewing needle is. But for those in Michigan it means something a little bit different. What does a Michigonian mean when they say sewing needle?

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    Dragonfly
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    Spider
    Centipede
    Centipede
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    Stick insect

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