NOT used by wisconsinites. "sconsin", on the other hand, is, but not really on purpose, its just used when you're talking fast. Wisconsin does NOT suck ass, I don't know why that guy says it does. It is by far the friendliest state there is, known for its "gemulikeit", which cannot be translated into english but means something like "you're drinking beer and your friends are drinking beer and you're all happy and you are all friends and the packers are winning and all is good", something like that. Known for driving well, having long conversations with people that have called the wrong number, and giving advice to people in stores who don't know what they are doing. NO toll booths. Much more urban than often believed, Milwaukee is actually bigger than Boston, Memphis, or Washington, D.C. and does offer anything and everything you'd expect in a major city. Many smaller mid-sized cities. Madison is a great place to live. Lots of lakes. Lots and lots of lakes. Pretty much awesome, especially when you compare it to Illinois.
A Guide to traveling to wisconsin:
) Don't order filet mignon or pasta primavera at Al's Lodge. It's a diner. They serve breakfast 24 hours a day. Let them cook something they know. If you upset the ladies in the kitchen they'll kick your ass.
2) Don't laugh at the names of our little towns (Sheboygan, Menomonee, Nekoosa, Prairie du Chien, etc.) or we will just have to kick your ass.
4) We know our heritage. Most of us are more liter...
The true abbreviation for "Wisconsin". This is the word actually used by Wisconsinites, regardless of ESPN Sportscenter anchors who say "'sconsin."
I can't wait to hit up the exotic, tropical climate of "Wisco" for spring break.
Wisconsin, that peice of shit state only known for their cheese, what we wisconsiners call it
Wisco sucks, if i could live anywhere else i would