(Noun) a place where half of the population wears sweaters and snow boots year round. And the other half wears shorts and tank tops all year round. And both are correct.
by derpyhooves03 May 15, 2017

Ingredients: Californians, contains less than 2% of the following--Idahoans.
Welcome to Idaho. Now Go Home.
by makmillion June 13, 2011
1. Place where you will feel welcome in only because the people who've lived there forever are too polite to tell you to get the hell out of their state and go back to fuckin' California
Idaho: Don't move here.
by Cal E. Hater August 4, 2009
Most commonly known for it's potatoes but anyone who has been to Idaho will know that there are way more cow ranches than potato farms.
Made famous by Napoleon Dynamite... embarrassed by Napoleon dynamite. (We can keep up with the fashion in most of our cities)
-we are inbred
-there is no electricity
-we are located in the mid-west
-we have to hunt and gather our food

So before anyone thinks of making an Idaho comment try to stop being so fucking ignorant and educate yourself.

No, Idaho.
Is that in Nebraska?
by awalk1111 May 27, 2011
Idaho has four seasons: winter, freezing, still winter, and road construction. Delicious potatoes, people who know what a burrow pit, the dike, a bully barn, and the dry bed is. Anything is pretty much legal in Idaho, or noboday cares, so do whatever you want. Beautiful scenery, plenty of fresh air, and outdoor activities. Travel all over Idaho before you judge it, northern is different from southern as is west from the east.
Want to park your car anywhere and not get towed? Go to Idaho. Want to wear wranglers to a wedding? Go to Idaho. Want to get your drivers liscense at 15? Go to Idaho.
by Girggs July 13, 2010
One of the best conducted hoaxes in history. Idaho does not exist, nor does anyone "from Idaho" exist. It is suspected Idaho is a black hole.

Idaho is, in actuality, the final resting place of the B-52's. When their career began to decline, they left for Idaho and never returned.
My grandma's poodle was sucked into the gaping void of Idaho while she was visiting Montana.
by AngryAmishMafia May 19, 2004
you don't know heaven until you wake up in Idaho to the smell of a mint field after the rain.
by Sarai March 2, 2004