A once free, prosperous, and proud state, Ohio is now being seized by Christo-fascists. Do-gooders across the state are being manipulated into an idiocracy by these powerful Christo-facists (who prefer limiting liberty in order to prevent free actions they don’t prefer). This systematic destruction of freedom is often referred to as the “The People’s Republic of No-Ohio”.
"The big government of Ohio says I am no longer allowed to smoke in my privately owned business. In order to relieve my frustration, maybe I will play a few hands at the casino. Oh wait...I can't! I live in No-Ohio! Perhaps I will enjoy a little adult entertainment...wait...No-Ohio! Damn it!"
by JohnJones November 07, 2007
Ohio is Hell, and it's froze over for 9 out of 12 months of the year. For the other three months, it has decided to crisp the Hell Mates that reside there. Hell... or Ohio.... is made up of mostly farms, but there is the occasional metropolis full of gangs, drugs, and crazy ass drivers. If you intentionally move to Hell for no good reason, you should consult a shrink. If you move to Hell to be with someone, you should both consult a shrink. If you move here for a job.... then good for you. Your right where you need to be. For everyone who has had to travel through Hell... I feel sorry for you. In conclusion, could someone please GET ME OUT OF HELL!
"Oh hellz naw! We in Ohio, Skillet!"
by whatevsohio March 27, 2010
A boring state that I live in. It's not all hillbillies. I live in the north, and it's cool here.
Don't go further south in Ohio, or it'll be just like deliverence.
by funkfunk April 12, 2006
Somewhere no one should ever have to be.
Tim: 'Let's take a road trip to Ohio!'

Steve: 'Let's not.'
by A Not So Kind Stranger July 12, 2008
The most American and least distinct of all 50 states, for better and for worse. A bit of everything from city, farm, suburb, decaying industry, new industry, colleges, malls, liberals, conservatives, etc. means that we have nothing that makes us really stand out. (Contrary to the POV of the person here who has some weird bitter vendetta about a car accident...if only we had a rep like Boston for bad drivers, at least that would be distinctive, but in reality we don't.) By the way, none of y'all can pronounce it right, which makes me think everyone here either just drove through once, or never got south of Akron or west of Athens.
Nothing says "generic" like "Ohio."
by buck December 07, 2003
17th state in the Union.(1803)Home of Ghoulardi and some of the best ethnic food anywhere. The best part is, we don't have Gray Davis or Hillary Clinton to worry us.
I live in Ohio.
by tradesman September 12, 2003
A Quick Listing of Rules to Learn About Ohio Before Y'all Visit Here:

1. Do not mispronounce our state name. It's "Ahia" or "Ohiuh" or "Ahio" or "Uh-hi-uh" or some variation of the forementioned (or sometimes, in the southeast, just plain "'hia"). It is NOT "Oh-high-oh". Just... no. This is the easiest way to tell if someone's from out of state.

2. Ohio is not all flat. If you think this is true then you've obviously avoided the entire eastern part of the state which is quite hilly, especially the southeastern part, being the edge of Appalachia.

3. We are better than Michigan in everything we do. Period. We have been brought up knowing and understanding this law (every Ohioan knows the song "We Don't Give a Damn For the Whole State of Michigan!" by age five); if you have the stupidity to yell, "I LOVE MICHIGAN!" in public then you will be mauled (except for maybe in Toledo, which might as well be in Michigan).

4. There are three different distinctive Ohio accents. These are:
a. The Southeast accent: From Wilmington to Cambridge and below (basically south of I70 and east of I71)(especially prevalent along the West Virginia border). Commonly mistaken for a Southern accent. I once had a teacher from Chillicothe who would tell us to "'Collar' your pictures with crayons!"
b. The Middle accent: From Cincinnati to Bellefontaine, then east to Coshocton. The median between a southern and a northern accent, commonly referred to as the typical, ideal American English accent.
c. The Northern accent: From Lima to Dover and on up. Features the stereotypical midwestern twang (most northerners don't realize they have an accent, but they do).

5. We like our corn. Corn goes with everything. And we all know the saying, "Knee high by the fourth of July!"

6. We're the only ones allowed to insult our weather. Sure, we hate it, because it changes constantly. The only thing predictable about it is that it's sure to be UNpredictable! Winter weather in May and spring weather in January? Normal. However, if you come here and complain about this, we'll agree with you... then kick your ass. We're rather proud of our sucky weather. Come back with snow boots and a pair of shorts next time and suck it up like a man.

7. It's normal to sometimes receive change (primarily pennies) in the form of Canadian currency. Don't worry about it, you're still in America.

8. We think it's hilarious when you struggle to pronounce names like Tuscarawas, Wapakoneta, Cuyahoga, etc.

9. Yeah, we have a town called Hicksville. Get over it. Delaware is a city and a county, and Lima (pronounced LIE-ma) and Miami are in Ohio.

1. I'm from Ahia!
2. Ever been to Jackson County?
3. It's all Michigan's fault. See the Michigan-Ohio War.
4. Clevelanders sure do have a hard time understanding what people from Gallia County are saying.
5. It's everywhere.
6. Yesterday it was 65 degrees and sunny. Today it's 30 degrees and slushing.
7. You're not in Canada yet.
8. "What is Coo-yuh-hoe-guh??"
9. And it's up north, bordering Indiana.
10. Go Bucks.
by Ohioan December 13, 2006

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