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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
 
1.
A state that consumes more alcohol and has a higher people-to-bar ratio then any other state in the country.
Living in Wisconsin has taught me how to replace water with beer.
by John-John February 23, 2004
 
2.
Where Minnesotans go to purchase fireworks and alcohol (on Sundays).
The largest fireworks store in Wisconsin is, for some unknown reason, located in a tiny town called Baldwin. I wonder how they stay in business. After all, Minnesotans would never make the 10 minute drive there and bring back fireworks, that would be illegal.
by Paktu September 10, 2003
 
3.
Shut up..Wisconsin is cool
It's cool in Wisconsin..it's cooler than Michigan
by Christy June 28, 2003
 
4.
a state. like it or leave it. all four seasons. cities and countryside. good schools. cheese curds. nice and mean people. closed and open minds. not especially amazing but not without merit.
Can you name all the tv shows, past and present, that are/were based in Wisconsin?
by leftof February 19, 2004
 
5.
A state with friendly, decent people who know how to slow down and actually take a break unlike us Illinois people rush rush! hurry! hurry! Out of my way, asshole!
ILLINOIS: rush rush! hurry! hurry! Out of my way, asshole!

WISCONSIN: Won't you stay just a little bit longer?
by VU January 15, 2004
 
6.
the state with the best college campus ever: Madison
the place where the liquor flows like water, and we all drink it thusly. lightweights need not apply.
the cheese and brats are good, the beer is decent- read: drinkable.
milwaukee is okay, and i'm not even getting started on the packers issue.
like it or not, the state is very similar to illinois... cept all the cops up here have sticks up their asses when it comes to driving.
why is it that cops don't have a problem with college drinking... but as soon as someone goes 2 mph over the speed limit, they get nabbed with a ticket? go fig.
by mtc28 April 27, 2004
 
7.
A Great place to live!! 4 distinct seasons!! Not too hot ans you can always put on another jacket if it gets cold! Great schools! Great fishing!! Not to crowded!
Wisconsin is a hell of a lot better that Florida!!
by cheesehead February 13, 2004