Arkansas Lingo - It's A Thing! Do You Know These "Typical" 18 AR Things?

Razorbacks, only!!!

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 Aug 12, 0219
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Question: 1/18Choose your answer!


Nothing beats a _____... Which includes a river, an inner tube and maybe a beer.
Beach Trip
Floating trip
Hiking Trip

Question: 2/18Choose your answer!


No other state makes a ______ bigger than the plate, quite like Arkansas does.
Turkey Rueben Sandwich
Pork Tenderloin Sandwich
Grilled Cheese

Question: 3/18Choose your answer!


It really makes your skin itch to hear someone pronounce Arkansas as:
Ar-Kansas, ugh.
Are-Can-Saw, meh.
Are-Canned-Saw, hate it.

Question: 4/18Choose your answer!


That's right, the rest of the world can thank Arkansas for:
Starbucks!
Walmart!
Amazon!

Question: 5/18Choose your answer!


You've got your savory gravies, and then you've got your sweet gravy, like:
Marshmallow Gravy. Perfect on chocolate.
Chocolate Gravy. Perfect on biscuits.
Chicken Gravy. Perfect on rolls.

Question: 6/18Choose your answer!


One person is you, two people is y'all, and a huge group is:
Yinz
Youse guys
All y'all

Question: 7/18Choose your answer!


An Arkansas local will tell you directions in what kind of form?
By landmarks, turn left at the quicky mart then a right at the stop sign
Time, something is an hour away, not 60 miles.
Always miles. Something is 12 miles away.

Question: 8/18Choose your answer!


What kind of competition/race will you see at the PurpleHull Pea Festival?
The Tractor Race!
The Plow Race!
The Rotary Tiller Race!

Question: 9/18Choose your answer!


Wait, what kind of animal is a razorback anyway?
A frog
A hog
A deer

Question: 10/18Choose your answer!


______ is a total Razorback tradition and starts with t starts with someone shouting "woooo."
Calling the hogs
Singing the YMCA song
Razorbacks fight song

Question: 11/18Choose your answer!


Which of these patterns is acceptable all year round and for pretty much everyone to wear?
Plaid, it's not just for Christmas time
Camo, it's not just for hunting season
Boating outfits, they're not just for sailing

Question: 12/18Choose your answer!


What's the national forest in Arkansas that's full of beautiful trees, lakes and a great driving route?
Broken Bow Lake
Ozark National Forest
Winding Stair mountain

Question: 13/18Choose your answer!


Around here, it's not uncommon for a traffic jam to be caused by a _______!
Golf Cart
Tractor
Parade

Question: 14/18Choose your answer!


Around here, nothing beats some fresh fried up ______! Mmm, delicious!
Crappie
Catfish
Salmon

Question: 15/18Choose your answer!


Usually, ___________ sales are prohibited on Sundays in this state.
Alcohol
Gas
Gun

Question: 16/18Choose your answer!


What do you call that last meal of the day?
Lunch
Linner
Supper

Question: 17/18Choose your answer!


If you want to enjoy a carbonated beverage with your meal, you'd just order a:
Pop!
Coke!
Pepsi!

Question: 18/18Choose your answer!


Leave the _______ State? No way! I love Arkansas way too much to do that.
Natural
Gem
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