a unique American state, bordering the Canadian province of Quebec. For a few years during the Revolution Vermont was an independent republic. Vermont has Lake Champlain (known for the Champ monster), the picturesque Green Mountains, snowy winters, cool people, clean air, and of course, its famous maple syrup industry.
On a Sunday I drove from Montreal to St. Alban's Bay, Vermont because I had never been to New England before. At the border is a sign that says "Welcome to the United States, Bienvenue Etat Unis". A nearby sign welcomes you to Vermont. I took a few shots of the Green Mountains panorama and the Champaign lake. I didn't see the Champ, however. When I returned to Canada the lady border patrol officer smiled when I showed her the bottle of Vermont syrup I got for my mom.
by rock'n'roller April 10, 2007
Never seen such a lazy and ignorant population of people. Most are washed up hippies, welfare babies, or hippy wanna -bees. You can easily view the scenery from the safety of your car, without be bothered by the local with their hand out.
Buy a coffee at the local Dunkin Donuts, wait 15 minutes or so to actually get the coffee, hand the native a five dollar bill and watch the fun begin. First the deer in the head light look, then they look at you for guidance, because the moron realizes even with the register they can not figure out the correct change. They'll refer to the manager, wait until you get a dose of this pantload, and you'll realize that Vermont is state you should just drive thru and don't bother stopping.
by Toxic Shock November 19, 2006
The GAY STATE...where the women are men and the sheep are scared.
I don't want to go Vermont because I might get my fudge packed!
by Vermont April 05, 2006
NOTHING TO DO
NOTHING TO DO
Im from Vermont, Kill me
by HOTTIE April 12, 2005