New State Mottos

  1. New State Mottos

    Alabama: Yes, we have electicity.

    Alaska: Not just ice and snow anymore.

    Arizona: But it's a dry heat.

    Arkansas: Litterasy Ain't everythin'

    California: As seen on TV.

    Colorado: If you don't ski, don't bother.

    Connecticut: Like Massachusetts, only dirtier and less character.

    Delaware: We really do like the chemicals in our water.

    Florida: Ask us about our grandkids.

    Georgia: We put the "fun" in fundamentalist extremism.

    Hawaii: Haka Tiki Mou Sha'ami Leeki Toru (Death to the mainland scum, but leave your money.

    Idaho: Potatoes & NeoNazi's....what more could you ask for?

    Illinois: Please don't pronounce the "s".

    Indiana: 2 billion years of tidal wave free.

    Iowa: we do amazing things with corn.

    Kansas: Where science don't mean Sh*t.

    Kentucky: Five million people;fifteen last names.

    Louisiana: We're not all drunk cajun wackos, but that's our tourist campaign.

    Maine: We're really cold, but we have cheap lobster.

    Maryland: A thinking man's Delaware.

    Massachusetts: our taxes are lower than Sweden's (for most tax brackets).

    Michigan: First line og defense from the canadians.

    Minnesota: 10,000 lakes and 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, mosquitoes.

    Mississippi: Come feel better about your own state.

    Missouri: Your federal flood relief tax dollars at work.

    Montana: Land of the big sky, the unabomber, right wing crazies, and very little else.

    Nebraska: Ask about our state motto contest.

    Nevada: Whores and poker.

    New Hampshire: Go away and leave us alone.

    New Jersey: You want a ##$%##! motto? I got your ******* motto, right here, pal!

    New Mexico: Lizards make excellent pets.

    New York: "You have the right to remain silent, you have the right to an attorney."

    North Carolina: Tobacco is a vegetable.

    North Dakota: We really are one of the 50 states!

    Ohio: At least we're not in Michigan.

    Oklahoma: Like the play, only no singing.

    Oregon: Spotted owl...It's what's for dinner.

    Pennsylvania: Cook with coal.

    Rhode Island: We're really not an island.

    South Carolina: Remember the Civil War? We didn't actually surrender.

    South Dakota: Closer than North Dakota.

    Tennessee: The Educashun state.

    Texas: Si Hablo Ingles (Yes, I speak english)

    Utah: Our Jesus is better than your Jesus.

    Vermont: Yep.

    Virginia: Who says government stiffs & slackjaw yokels don't mix?

    Washington: Help! we're overrun by nerds and slackers.

    West Virginia: One big happy family-really!

    Wisconsin: Come cut our cheese.

    Wyoming: Where men are men and sheep are scared!
    Last edit by shygirl on Oct 23, '02
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  2. 11 Comments

  3. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Originally posted by shygirl

    Ohio: At least we're not in Michigan.
    LMAO! I think all of the Ohioans can vouch for this one! :chuckle

    Heather
  4. by   SmilingBluEyes
    LOVE IT! thanks for the shot of humor; I needed it.
  5. by   Lausana
    Originally posted by shygirl
    Arizona: But it's a dry heat.
    :roll One I'll never understand, guess you gotta feel it to get it :chuckle
  6. by   SHELLYBELLYRN
    Maine: We're really cold, but we have cheap lobster.

    HOME SWEET HOME!!
  7. by   Rustyhammer
    New Mexico's real motto is "Land of Enchantment" but everyone around here says "Land of Entrapment" - A reference to the many speed traps on our hwys.
    -Russell
  8. by   PennyLane


    Very funny!
  9. by   CATHYW
    I liked South Carolina's best!
  10. by   shygirl
    I like Wyoming's best. Where men are men and sheep are scared! LOL
  11. by   kids
    Originally posted by shygirl
    New State Mottos
    Washington: Help! we're overrun by nerds and slackers.
    That us!
  12. by   nurseman
    If I ever move to the excited states I'll use this to decide.
  13. by   kmchugh
    Originally posted by shygirl

    Kansas: Where science don't mean Sh*t.
    Man, ain't it the truth. Sometimes I just hang my head in shame over what some Kansans are willing to present to the world as being "Kansas."

    Keviin McHugh

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