A yes or no question at the end of a sentence forcing the person to answer with strictly yes or no, but is only given the "no" as an option, however, they could answer yes. Most often, people give a protracted answer instead of just giving a yes or no. This is primarily posed in conversations in Wisconsin, however, it is also found in other states and provinces of Canada. It is thrown around willy-nilly unwittingly by the interrogator in the conversation.
Do you work for Associated Financial group OR NO?
Do you think Brett Favre is a pussy since he retired and came back like a drama queen OR NO?