It's a state that is not located in England.


State Location: New England. It's the one between Vermont and Maine. It is part of the United States of America. It is NOT in England, or any other part of Europe for that matter. You're thinking of Old Hampshire (or just Hampshire as those zany limey bastards call it).

State Motto: "Live Free or Die." This motto was adopted by General John Stark (cousin of the better known Tony Stark) after viewing the film Live Free or Die Hard, which he described as "inspirational, patriotic, and brickshittingly hardcore" (the General had not seen the other films in the Die Hard series, and upon viewing them he died of blood loss after literally shitting a brick). The motto itself had to be trimmed down from Stark's original draft of "Live Free or Die Hard: The State" due to copyright issues.

Nickname: "The Granite State." Contrary to popular belief, this motto has nothing to do with the production of granite, but refers to the material that the balls of New Hampshire natives are made of.

State Bird: The mosquito. All jokes aside, New Hampshire mosquitos are literally the size of "an average schoolchild's head" and are classified by ornithologists as a member of the aves class. They usually have beards. The 2007 census placed mosquito related deaths (mostly maulings and decapitations) at 42,973 (second only to crossbow related deaths, see state weapon).

State Flower: That blue one from Batman Begins that made people loose their shit. Remember that? Yeah, it was pretty awesome.

State Tree: Marijuana. Don't really need to elaborate upon that one.

State Fruit: Brian Hynes. You know who you are.

State Food: Maple Syrup.

State Weapon: Crossbow. I know this place where you can buy a crossbow for $21. We totally pierced concrete with it, no joke.

State Movie: Live Free or Die Hard: Unrated (see state motto).

State Song: Like a Rock by Bob Seger.

State Color: Dying Tree Orange.

State Adjective: "Quaint."

State Adverb: "Wicked" as in "That maple syrup was wicked awesome!"

State Method of Smoking Tobacco: Corn Cob Pipe.

State Useless Invention: The Segway. That thing was invented in New Hampshire. I rode one once. It was alright I guess but nothing to write home about.

State Tartan: green 56, black 2, green 2, black 12, white 2, black 12, purple 2, black 2, purple 8, red 6, purple 28. To be completely honest, I have no idea what this means, I just found it on Wikipedia.

State Plaything: Slabs of Granite.

State Hobby: Guanthag (a sport involving tossing large slabs of granite).

State Jew: Sarah Silverman.
I saw a guy in New Hampshire fight a swarm of bearded mosquitos with a crossbow. It was wicked awesome.
by M.F. Chill September 07, 2008
New Hampshire is a beautiful and great state. It has beaches, cities, mountains, awesome falls, snow, and spring and the best summer vacations.

Think of the shire from LOTR. It's like that. XD

You can eat strawberries and cream, you can dance with dtrangers, you can play any instrument you want even if you don't know how to play it and get positive reactions...

It's probably one of the nicest, if not THE nicest places to live... :D

Down to earth yet friendly people. Great schools. woot.

It's got the white mountains, the basin, cities, the seashore, rocky beach, rockport, boston nearby, littleton, cheap wine... heh... everything.
Have you been to new hampshire? IT OWNZ!
by Xiao August 15, 2005
A highly underrated state. New Hampshire takes pride in how much everyone either ignores it, or stereotypes it and lives up the immortal hype of being one of the most beautiful states in the country. It's also one of the least diverse states, but that shouldn't discourage anyone from living here.

New Hampshire residents are probably some of the most friendly people that you'll meet in New England. We're also much nicer than the majority of the people from Mass and we also don't drive like complete assholes. (Oops, that must be my NH snobbery speaking. My bad, folks!) And contrary to what most people think, there are things to do in this state. If you don't like shopping in southern New Hampshire, you can always travel up north to Mount Washington and attempt to hike it.

If that doesn't satisfy you, our beaches might. Thousands flock to the seacoast during the summer time until early fall. And if you're still not satisfied, our seasons will whet your appetite for anything aesthetically pleasing. New Hampshire also has some of the best colleges and schools in the country and it doesn't tax its citizens on virtually everything.

The only downside is its lack of extensive innovation and opportunities. New Hampshire likes to believe that it still lives in the 90's, which isn't necessarily a horrible thing either.
I'm leaving New Hampshire in the spring of 2013. I'm going to miss this place!
by robdlovesmeshush November 15, 2012
1)where its 90 degrees in the day and 10 degrees at night
2)where you measure distance in time
3)you can drive for hours and see nothing but trees
4)when your bored you go skiing
5)where its normal to get snow in april
8)Where you can get fireworks,booze,and grocries all at your corner store
9)where public schools suck
10)where our number 1 export is maple syrup
11)we hate massholes
12)in a town of 25,000 there are 89 black people
13)where everyone thinks they're black
hey lets go to new hampshire,
no fuck that
by wrestling March 15, 2007
A rural state of hardy pick-up truck drivers, mountains, toll plazas, fireworks stands, cheap liquor, and bitter cold that a flock of massholes passes through weekly on the way to an expensive ski vacation, where they engage in tax free shopping to send a handful of young New Hampshirites to college in Massachusetts.
New Hampshire: Live, freeze and die. Ayuh.
by Trev January 28, 2004
In new Hampshire I always hear my friends talking about how much they just want to get out of here, and how "Cali" will be so much better. The thing is, New Hampshire has so many things that are taken forgranted. Fist off the seasons are amazing, and you get the classic winter feal.(pine trees coverd in snow.) snowboarding is just so much different than those huge west mountains. In NH the mountains are small enoufe that everybody is together like a intire group so "shreden the gnar" is much more fun. the summerdays are amazing just chillen and go skating, "blazzen mad tree" going to watercountry in portsmouth. Most people are chill but unlike out west. WE'RE FUCKING HARDCORE! we mosh brutaly to hardcore music like at WARPED TOUR that just happends to be in mass but NH people go crazzy there.

so pretty much I love the east coast and fuck you if you dont.
"Hey man whats good?"

"not much man you?"

"dude, this is wikked sick"
"I know kid thats awsome"


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New Hampshire
by SammyBrepthe603 January 20, 2010
New Hampshire is on the Upper-Eastern Coast. It is part of New England and is a very agricultural area. The State Flower is lilac, while the State Wild Flower is pink lady's slippers. A largely known poet, Robert Frost, was born and raised here. New Hampshire is also home of Dartmouth University. The New Hampshire State Bird is the Purple Finch. The state's State Fruit is the pumpkin. The natives of New Hampshire are more adapt to cold weather so you may see them in shorts and tank tops when it is only 50 degrees out. Since New Hampshire natives live in a colder climate the majority of the year, their blood is thicker so tempatures seem warmer to them.
Bill: Missy where are you from?
Missy: I'm from New Hampshire. It's so warm here in Texas.
Bill: WEll it would be. To us Natives though, this is normal.
Missy: In New Hampshire, everyone would be at the beach if it was this hot.
*waves hand to create a fan*
by RealityCheckk June 28, 2012
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