The U.S. wasn't sure what to do with the Dakota Territory, so they split it into two sections. Cold, and colder. (South Dakota, North Dakota) North Dakota has now become the U.S.'s storage cabinet for Nuclear Missiles. Other than that, It's flat.
Unintelligient being: "Why don't we sell North Dakota to Canada or something?"

Other American: "That's where we keep all our Nukes."

SO...become one with Mother North Dakota, eh? C:
by OneOfTheFewNorthDakotansLeft March 11, 2011
#1 in binge drinking bitches.
whats there to do in north dakota? get fucked up bitches!
by logan June 17, 2006
The only state that Russia truely feared during the cold war, due to the number of Nuclear missiles and cows that occupy this 70,700 sqare miles of nothing.
"Nothing exists here in North Dakota, only a cow farm and a Missle silo."
by WTFB00M June 27, 2009
Is actually a pretty decent place to live. North Dakota has an interesting history, great culture scene, sports galore, and plenty of fun things to do.

From it's larger cities (Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks) you can enjoy the most options for big city fun. Fargo is the most cosmopolitan city in the state with a booming downtown area. Bismarck is fun for those people who love the outdoors. if you're a sports fan, head to Grand Forks where the world renowned Ralph Englastad Arena is home to the University of North Dakota hockey team, the Fighting Sioux.

The North Dakota badlands (yes, North Dakota has badlands too) also has plenty of fun activities. Medora, the gateway city to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the badlands, has pitchfork fondu, a musical every night of the summer in an outdoor amphitheatre, and a beautiful golf course.

Sure the weather can get cold in the winter( I mean pretty cold, like some days highs in the negatives) but the summers are awesome. Highs for the state are usually in the 80's and 90's during the summer with the occasional 100 degree day. Fall and Spring are pretty short.

North Dakota is a great place to live if you're a college student, young family, rich entrepreneur, or even a retired couple. It's a great place to call home.
North Dakota is actually pretty cool
by infoguy July 08, 2009
Will the last person who leaves North Dakota please turn off the lights?
Population decline in North Dakota is rampant.
by That Guy From North Dakota December 14, 2008
A Government Conspiracy used to funnel money towards secret projects. The area where North Dakota sits doesn't actually have any people besides a few government workers. All the Federal money that "goes" to North Dakota is used for projects the government doesn't want the public to know about. I mean think about it, have you ever met anyone from North Dakota?
Sec. of Defense: Hey, we need to make sure North Dakotas "Highways" are in good condition, there is a big "blizzard" coming.
by FamousTitles February 16, 2011
A large state commonly mistaken for it's southern boarder buddy South Dakota. Though it shares a common name it has nothing to do with South Dakota. Everything South Dakota is North Dakota is not.
1) Located- nowhere.
2)Attractions- nothing.
3) Should you visit- at your own risk.
Californian- Hey we should go to North Dakota!
Texan- How about not!!! :)
by Violindsey March 17, 2015
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