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136. MOA: A shortened form of Mall of America.  
137. BFM: A shortened form for Mall of America, standing for big, frickin' mall. See also: MOA.  
138. Good Neighbor to the Northwest, The: (noun) Longtime slogan of WCCO, 830 AM. More commonly "The Good Neighbor" in more recent years.  
139. Sugar Loaf: Sugar loaf is a big rock formation that protrudes from a bluff overlooking the outskirts of Winona, Minnesota. Suga...  
140. Sconie: A noun that describes either a person from Wisconsin or the state of Wisconsin itself.  
141. Mississippi Market: A natural food co-op offering delicious and nutritious edibles to both members and non-members. Try the ziggy-zag c...  
142. Saintly City, The: One of the many nicknames for Saint Paul.  
143. Bat Watching: The intersection of Lake of the Isles Pkwy and Euclid is a great place to watch swarms of bats fly in circles above...  
144. Gingko Trees: On 27th St. between Hennepin Ave. and Lake of the Isles grows dozens of large Ginkgo trees.  
145. Saint Paulite: Person from the St. Paul area. This is what they would be called.  
146. Kenny School: A gifted catalyst school in Windom.  
147. Nicollet Mall: An 8-block commercial strip closed to cars.  
148. Powderhorn: The Minneapolis neighborhood surrounding Powderhorn Park.  
149. Grand Avenue: A street known for its restored houses and unique shops.  
150. Downtown West: In the heart of Minneapolis commercial district; the area where Nicollet Mall and the Central Library are located.  
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1. Mt. Horeble, or Mt. Horrible, is a derogatory name for the town, often invoked by local high schoolers to describe Mt. Horeb's alleged lackluster assets or traditional, closed mindset

2. I've lived in Mt. Horeb and I've never heard this nickname.

3. A playfully derogatory nickname for Mount Horeb.

1. "Bennies" is more from the Jersey Shore and refers to people from other parts of the area visiting during the summer. B=Bayonne E=Edison N=Northern NJ N=NYC ...ies

2. Jersey slang for tourists.

Means "you should believe me when I say this". May be used at the beginning or end of a sentence. Ex: "Believe you me, Peter, they are up to no good."

An adjective used to describe something that is Wisconsin-like, or a noun that simply means Wisconsinite. Wisconsinites are often called "Sconnies" outside of the state. The word is now gaining traction within Wisconsin as well, largely the result of the company "Sconnie Nation" that was founded by two UW-Madison students in their Lakeshore dorm room.

The young woman who serves as Minnesota's state dairy princess wears the title of Princess Kay of the Milky Way, a name selected in a Department of Agriculture contest over fifty years ago. Princess Kay is crowned each August the night before the opening of the Minnesota State Fair, and she makes appearances not only during the Fair's 12-day run, but all year long. She is generally the daughter of dairy farmers. While at the fair, both Princess Kay and the runner-ups sit in a refrigerator in the Empire Commons building and have a replica of their head sculpted out of butter.