Tuesday, June 14, 2005

I've been knitting really!

I read on another blog that it seems like there's not much knitting going on, just a lot of blogging about knitting. I for one have been knitting. And tomorrow I'll show you the pics! But for tonight, here's some sillyness that I can relate to...

You Know You're From central Pennsylvania When...

You think driving from Johnstown to Ebensburg is a long trip.

"Hey Yuz Guyz" is a greeting.

You take time off of work/school for the entire 3 days of doe season.

You know the location of the following towns, know someone from them, and have spent time there: Altoona, Clearfield, Penns Valley, Port Matilda, Centre Hall, and Tyrone

You've taken deliberate field trips to Penn's Cave and Horse Shoe Curve.

You know what to do when your Mother tells you to "Red up your room."

You feel the only good bands out there are Rude Dawg, Velvetta, Wrench and HotWax.

You know the time and location of every Wing Night in a 10 mile radius.

You complain about people who are on the news crying about their wet basements after a hard rain and reply with a comment like, "That's not a flood, Johnstown in '77 was a flood."

There are pictures of you as a small child with the deer your dad or grandfather killed.

You think people from Philly or Pittsburgh talk funny.

You own an original Terrible Towel.

You don't understand what all the hype is about for Rolling Rock. You've been drinking
it for years.

You consider an exotic vacation a trip to the Jersey Shore.

Your version of the English language contains no form of the verb to be. For example, "the car needs washed" instead of "the car needs to be washed".

You're 45 years old, have never been outside of Blair County, and don't see the need to leave.

You don't understand why all sports commentators don't sound more like Myran Cope.

Words like: hoagie; chipped ham; and pop actually mean something to you.

You can use the phrase "Firehall Wedding" and not even bat an eye.

You think Altoona is a "big city"

You actually get these jokes and pass them on to other friends from central Pennsylvania.

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