A sad, lonely state of Nascar devout hillbillies and hicks. Requirements for living in New Hampshire are incest, having children during the teen years, having the life goals of reaching secretary or "line cook" status, and having less than five (original) teeth. Common words often used in New Hampshire: "a-hyuck," "viddles," "trailer," "Paw," and "shotgun." Words rarely or never used include "birth control," "education," and anything with more than three syllables. Please note: There are no redeeming qualities to to residents of New Hampshire. Although proximity to Boston is stated as an advantage to New Hampshire, it is actually a burden upon Massachusetts, an area where the awkward New Hampshire hill folk are quietly and politely told to go back to the trailer park.
The New England state below Maine and above Massachusetts is New Hampshire.
by Dorothy Bassett June 19, 2008
WORST STATE. I FUCKING HATE THE PLACE. CURRENTLY LIVING IN THE SEABROOK-HAMPTON AREA. MOVED HERE FROM CALI BOUT 4 YEARS AGO AND IM SURPRISED I HAVENT KILLED MYSELF. VERY VERY HARD TO ADAPT, ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE OF HISPANIC-AMERICAN RACE. NO QUESTION, IT'S THE WORST, WORST, WORST STATE FOR MINORITIES TO LIVE IN. EVERYTHING FROM RESIDENTS, TO WEATHER, AND SCHOOLs. GOD DAMN I HATE THIS STATE, I SWEAR, Cold as fuck, and its really snowing as im typing this. my west coast style music is playing and its 10 degrees out. people ask me why i moved and im still searching for an answer.
pinche bola de putos que viven en este mendigo estado. holler to everyone i used to know in south gate, watts, and south central. fuck compton.
by LUIS- age 17 March 08, 2005
waste of state, where hippies and bugs live, good for nothing
New Hampshire blows.
by Anonymous May 15, 2003
A fireworks store with a meth lab in back.
Everyone in New Hampshire is thinking about how they'd like to be out of New Hampshire.
by Sam is a Dick November 22, 2006
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