The Midwestern states seem to have developed their own meaning for certain words in the English language. Buzzfeed put together a list of 20 words that have a different meaning in the Midwest and we want to know if you think its accurate.
Here are the top 5:
Everywhere Else: Season lasting from December to Mid-March.
Midwest: A literal hell that seems to never end.
2. Pop (MO says 'Soda')
Everywhere Else: A sound, or maybe what you would do with a pimple.
Midwest: A carbonated beverage that's tasted delicious.
Everywhere Else: A body of water.
Midwest: The best swimming pool
Everywhere Else: If you make eye contact and smile your manners are outta this world.
Midwest: People going out their way to hold open doors, smile at you, and sometimes even talk to you!
Everywhere Else: Something people tell you to shut.
Midwest: The best game to play at family reunions, bbq's & pretty much anywhere else.
20 Words That Have A Different Meaning In The Midwest http://t.co/o3YS7LC6Bd— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) June 22, 2014