Midwesterners Are Mysterious People… (26 pics)

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Jettie 7 month s ago
Midwesterners like this post. Everybody else couldn't care less...
       
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Georgia 7 month s ago
these are not unique to the midwest not at all
       
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Ham 7 month s ago
Melk is Dutch for milk..
       
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Alan 7 month s ago
"Melk" is also the Norwegian, Swedish and Danish word for milk. Considering how many scandianvians who settled in the midwest, it is not so strange why they still call it that. Uffda.
       
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Meus 7 month s ago
Alan, uuum, no it's not, it's Mjölk, in Sweden at least.
       
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Zeke 7 month s ago
#14 The amount of complaining is directly proportional to the amount of snow one has to shovel to clear their sidewalks and/or driveway.
       
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Kingsley 7 month s ago
#5 might have something to do with settlers/ancestors from Europe where "opp" or "opps" is common when you bump into people.
       
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Christian 7 month s ago
Kingsley,

Could be from the Dutch word "oeps" or the German "ups"
       
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Valerie 7 month s ago
#10 totally unique for the midwest. Nowhere else in the world do people store their bags in a bag beneath the sink. dash
       
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Emmy 7 month s ago
#5 "Ope" meaning "Oops". Most of the pronunciations reflected here are dialect.
       
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