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America’s Dairyland. The Badger State and unfortunately similar to Michigan or Minnesota. A state of the Upper Midwest/Great Lakes region bordering Lake Michigan, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa and the putrid Toll Roads of Illinois to the south. Milwaukee is the largest city with some 580,000 in the city in a greater metro area of 1.6 million, just 90-miles north of Chicago. Madison is the 2nd largest city with some 220,000 people and is a nice college town as the main campus to UW. Other cities include Green Bay, Kenosha, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Eau Clair and La Crosse. The rest of Wisconsin is very low key and conservative. It was the birthplace of American liberalism, thanks to the the La Follete family and the Progressive movement. Wisconsin often supports the Democrat party in national elections.

There are a few basic things almost everyone associates with Wisconsin: the Packers, Beer, Bratwursts and cheese. Wisconsinites cheer for the Green Bay Packers as though it is a religion or something and are called “Cheeseheads. Ironically, Green Bay is the smallest NFL market by far. However, Wisconsin has tons of bars and probably the most per-capita of any state. Wisconsin consumes more alcohol and has a higher people-to-bar ratio then any other state. It is not surprising that Milwaukee is a major beer producer. Many of its 5.7 million residents (ranking 19th in population) are descendants of Nordic Europeans where the people talk with a funny accent similar to Minnesota or Michigan. Natives pronounce the 2nd syllable in their state’s name as if it is coming from their nose. Words that end in “ike” are pronounced “oik” and words that have a short-A, like “bag” are pronounced “beg.” Wisconsin is one of those cold, northern Great Lakes states where fishing, hunting, snomobiling or skiing is popular in the winter. Many “downstate” residents have a cabin in Northern Wisconsin near one of the states THOUSANDS of lakes—more than most states. In fact, many people from the Chicago area to the south, frequently visit Lake Geneva to get away from the city. It may be a cold state but the women are HOT! Many of them can be seen around the UW campus in Madison. Try being there in the summer. Wisconsin Dells is the state’s largest tourist attraction and perhaps only amusement park while House on the Rock, in the town of Spring Green is also popular. Baraboo has a large circus museum.

It is known as “America’s Dairy Land” because it produces more cheese and dairy products per-capita than any state (but California leads the nation in overall production). As a result, Wisconsin is an important state in food processing. Oscar Meyer, Kraft and Johnsonville Brats have large plants in the state while Milwaukee is a major beer producer. The state’s largest industrial center is Milwaukee and is a major producer of tools, machinery, and Harley Davidsons. Wisconsin is a progressive state—much more so than its northern and eastern neighbor of Michigan and almost as much so as Minnesota. It has good schools and its teachers are among the highest paid in the country.

If the cold is the worst thing about this state, then it must be pretty good to live.
Despite its Upper Midwest location, WISCONSIN is a very desent state to live if you can take the cold. I wouldn’t live there just for this reason, but it is a very good state nonetheless.
by krock1dk January 05, 2008
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A state in the midwest. The only state left that offers fine dining in a gas station. A safe place for the elderly and blind to drive. Townies rarely drive faster than 35 mph because they are trying to finish their beer without spilling. Wisconsin is also known to have a hate/hate relationship with both MN and IL. However, MN and IL bond over a common dislike of Wisconsin. Most visitors really enjoy the exits on both the right and left sides of the high way. In a recent poll, 99.9% of out-of- town drivers really love switiching lanes in a panic. People generally like Wisconsin as long as they're not driving.
"Illinois really wants to high five Wisconsin, but they're worried that Wisconsin didn't wash their hands after using the bathroom."
by Thalheimer July 18, 2006
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51.
1. A state full of cheese, farms, beer, and football fans.

2. A state full of people who are always trying to prove they are better than every other state, especially Illinois and Minnesota (I'm not saying we are better, we're just trying to convince everyone we are. I don't want to start any fights with this statement.)
1. Yes, we do have more types of cheese than people in Wisconsin.

2. Wisconsinite: So, where are you from?
Visitor: <insert state here>
Wisconsinite: Oh, that's sad. You want some cheese? Cheese solves all problems. By the way, did you catch the last Packers game?
by Sarah91 May 30, 2005
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52.
state. no duh. wisconsin could b the coldest state in the country. ive never lived in any other state though so who knows. we have exactly no raelly famous people and i can only think of 2 shows set here, that 70s show and of couse comedy gold mine step by step. to sum it up do ur offspring a favor and DONT MOVE HERE.(more beer for me)
-it was cold. not just cold, but wisconsin cold!
by rainbow_colored_bangles March 24, 2005
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53.
where people from minnesota flee to when everyone in minnesota hates them
whatever happened to that asshole ted? oh he moved to wisconsin.
by vloky April 14, 2004
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54.
A Province within the United States of a America
I ate cheese in wisconsin
by David November 07, 2003
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55.
the 3rd coldest state but it just seems colder because all the fat people wear tight shirts. if you live here you're either smart or fat or both. It's the best state to raise children but you just have to pray to god that they won't live there for the rest of their life. it's famous for it's beer, cows, and Brett Favre. that 70's show takes place in wisconsin.
wisconsin is the home of the worlds largest six pack.
wisconsin is one of the most boring states.
by emilyfemily October 21, 2005
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One of three states (Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota) that have absolute hicks there. The hicks never a) leave the state b) think they're in "God's Country" c) look down on every other state in the union d) act as if their state is the only state that matters e) think they're hot shit and f) are just plain morons.

Apparently they're also all really poor and don't use credit cards, they only use cash. They suck at financial matters.

They also go up to "the lake" a lot on weekends and get indignant when you've never heard of whatever lake they're talking about.
Q: Have you ever been to Las Vegas?
A: No, why would I leave Wisconsin? I've got everything I need right here. This is God's country.

Q: Have you ever heard of Branson, MO? It's the second most visited tourist spot in the U.S. besides Vegas.
A: And Wisconsin.
Q: No, Wisconsin didn't make the list, but Vegas did, and Branson is the premiere tourist spot for families -
A: And Wisconsin.
Q: Whatever.

Q: When was the last time you went on a vacation and saw something new?
A: My parents and I went on a trip around the state and saw everything that Wisconsin had. It was so fun!

Q: What are you doing this weekend?
A: I'm going up to the lake!
Q: Oh, cool. What lake?
A: Lake _____ (something that ends in an "e" sound)
Q: Yeah, never heard of it.
A: OHHH! You've never heard of LAKE _____ (something that ends in an "e" sound)??!! Where have you been? Everyone knows Lake ____ (something that ends in an "e" sound)!!

Q: When was the last time you went and did something really exciting? Do you want to visit new places?
A: Nope, I go up to the lake and I have a cabin there and that's good enough for me. We go up there every weekend and that's what we like and we don't need nothin' else.

Q: Do you have a credit card?
A: Nope! We only use cash! No credit cards! Can I send you a money order?

by nba_kid_2000 December 25, 2008
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