You've heard the "You might be a Hoosier" jokes before. Here are a few more you may only understand if you are from a small Indiana town.
You’re from a small Indiana town if:
Your idea of a traffic jam is ten cars waiting to pass a tractor on the highway.
You drive out of your way to avoid a traffic light.
You grew up knowing what "knee high by the fourth of July" meant.
You vacation on a Florida gulf beach and see five people from your home town.
You don’t drink soda, you drink pop.
It has been sixty degrees at Christmas and snowed during Spring break.
You come to a stop before turning off the highway into a parking lot.
You have eaten turtle. (I swear, this is not a joke. It tastes like chicken.)
The mundane becomes inspiration.