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You Know You're From Oklahoma If...


You know the difference between the city of Durant and the city of Doo-rant.

It doesn't seem odd to see the term "chicken fried chicken" on a menu.

You have used the phrase "fixin' to" during the last 12 months.

You save all your life for your dream vacation, and use it to go to the OU/Texas game.

A tornado warning siren is your signal to go out in the yard and look for a funnel.

It doesn't seem peculiar if your spouse says "I'm going in to town for something" even though you live in town.

You can remember the last 12 times a state legislator seriously introduced a bill involving castration, and he didn't mean farm animals.

You don't turn on the news until 20 minutes past the hour, because that's the only thing you care about anyway.

You know exactly what calf fries are, and eat them anyway.

When someone refers to the current season, you have no idea if they mean spring, summer, fall, winter or football.

"Howdy" seems to be a normal way of greeting another adult, with no irony intended.

A bad traffic jam involves two cars staring each other down at a four-way stop, each determined to be the most polite and let the other go first.

You know in which state Miam-uh is and in which state Miam-ee is.

 Someone you know has used a football schedule to plan their  wedding date.

You've ever been excused from school because "the cows got out."


You can properly pronounce Eufaula, Gotebo, Okemah and Chickasha.


You can recall hot summers by the year they happened easier than you can remember your mother's birthday.


You think that people who complain about the wind in other states are sissies.


It doesn't bother you to use an airport named for a man who died in an airplane crash.


You have owned at least one belt buckle bigger than your fist.


Your "place at the lake" has wheels under it.