We are not South, We are not north. We are mid-atlantic. We dont have an odd accent but only the ones we are used to:
You All: Chall.
Hoagie: Subs (hoagie sometimes)
We have some riches, some poors, some middle.
If you know the right attitude, you will be fine in the city.
If you talk the right way, you will be fine in the suburbs.
Baltimore its not a terrifying.
People in MD do alot for themseleves.
We do know how to pump our own gas, thanks Jersey.
Nothing around here is weird.
Walking the streets of Layfette and Gay St, it is normal to have a blunt in your hand.
We know all about your traffic and we have patience.
Keeping it steady with the Natty Bo's, Crabs and having a good time.
We know all about the hard times in Maryland.
The wealthiest and most educated state in the union. Nice places, like Mntgomery County, and shitty places like Baltimore.
You can find me in Potomac.
Where the North begins. A great state, a wonderland full of fields and rivers and crabs. Bordered by Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, and West Virginia, this great state is home to D.C. suburbs, Baltimore aka Da Charm City, and The Chesapeake Bay (da Chest-Peak, eh?). The accent spoken in this state is the same Canadian sounding accent that's spoken in Wisconsin, but that can't be said for the state south of it (Virginia). It's a microcosm of America, and it's next to both Our Nation's Capital and the Ohio-meets-Fughettaboutit state of Pennsylvania. A great state to live in or visit.
Maryland: The Best Place On Earth
Best state ever! To be a true Marylander you got to at least like crabs little bit. We have Maryland accents and farms are in your neighborhood or are near one unless you live in the city. The city is ghetto and kind of dirty but only a half hour to an hour away depending on where you live. Maryland girls go to the mall a lot and can be found wearing hollister and aeropostale. Most marylanders are republicans. We get all types of weather here. us marylanders are cool people!
Girl 1: I live in Maryland
Girl 2: no way! That's so cool! I wanna live here!
Girl 1: you should. Harford county rocks!
Girl 2: (moves to harford county) this place is awesome!
Girl 1: I know! Let's go to the mall!
Home to the conjunction of the white elitists of the north and the black people and rednecks of the south and west. If you like any dishes with crab in them, this is the best place to get those dishes. Trust me. There is a bit of an accent in the Baltimore area, example: "Warsh the dishes with hot wooder." Go anywhere near the Chesapeake Bay and you will find a "crab shack" where the main body of the restaurant is outside, on a deck, on the bay. Main dishes are crabs, crabs, and crabs, with a side of melted butter/vinegar and extra old bay, and any lite beer you can imagine. Yummy.
Maryland: lacrosse and crabcakes
I was born in MD, and while it is my birthstate and I love it there, I'm happy I live in Arizona
(pronounced locally, Balamer)has really gone to hell with the heroin problem. The Inner Harbor has nothing really there too do except eat some Maryland crab, or go to the ESPN zone. Home to the Baltimore Orioles who haven't really posted a respectable season since 1998, and the Baltimore Ravens who were really good, then turned into crap.
is the Capitol of Maryland, not Baltimore, but there's nothing really interesting there unless you're into sailing and The Navy.
(my Birthplace) isn't filled with a bunch of hick, redneck, racist bastards, it's just the little towns that surround it like Sharpsburg and Clearspring are. However, once you get west of Frostburg, you're on your own amigo, even I never went that far west. There's nothing really in Hagerstown except for the Valley Mall and...well the Valley Mall. Also called "the Hub City" becuase it is at the intersection of two Interstates, I-70 and I-81, which means you'll probably go through Hagerstown at least once.
is like Baltimore on a bigger scale. Security is everywhere...
Pronounced MARE-UH-LUND and not MARY-LAND. One of those states with an identity crisis. It doesn't know wheather its southern or eastern. Its southern due to its location in the Appalachain Mountains with numerous hicks in the west, but eastern due to its location in the Megalopolis region of the East Coast. Most of its 5.5 million residents (18th in population) live between Frederick and the Washington-Baltimore Metro area. Baltimore (650,000) is the largest city and Annapolis is the capital.
It may be a small state, but it is among America's wealthiest per-capita with a high cost of living. Maryland's high cost of living is due to its proximity to Washington DC and its suburbs, which are among the most expensive places in the U.S. to live, and its enumerous jobs with the Federal Government. It is not a conincidence that The National Institue of Health is in Maryland.
Maryland has plenty of seafood, and crabcakes are what makes Baltimore famous. Baltimore is an old, crappy, crime-ridden town with a bad murder problem but its Inner Harbor is nice with bars, tourist attractions and the NAtional Aquarium.
Maryland is a nice state to live, but I wouldn't want to live there. The people are haughty, talk with a funny accent, and I don't like the way they vote in elections.