25 Signs That You Grew Up In Kentucky
1. You know every word to “My Old Kentucky Home”
2. It’s not a shopping cart, it’s a buggy
3. Big Blue Madness is the single most exciting night of the year
4. Unless you’re from Louisville, University of Kentucky basketball is the only sport that matters. (If you’re in Northern Kentucky, there’s also the Bengals and Reds)
5. If you see someone wearing camouflage, that doesn’t necessarily mean they just came from hunting
6. It’s not pronounced Louis-ville, it’s Lewa-vul or Looo-vul
7. You may have never taken a sip of it, but you know more facts about bourbon than most avid drinkers
8. You still talk about the giant snowstorm of ‘94
9. Christian Laettner is the most hated player in the history of sports
10. At least one of your relatives worked in the coalmines and you couldn’t be more proud of him
11. You don’t have to say sweet tea, if you ask for tea, it’s going to be sweet
12. If it’s summer, you’re going to be playing corn hole
13. You know that it’s not a bunch of weeds, it’s actually poke sallet
14. There’s only one kind of potato chip: BBQ Grippos.
15. The ingredients may vary, but burgoo is always delicious
16. You recognize the names of families mentioned on the show Justified
17. You don’t say what city you’re from, you say what county
18. You can’t say from where, but if someone wants moonshine, you know a guy
19. When you were younger, someone took you snipe hunting
20. If you had a restaurant, Jamal Mashburn or Kenny Walker could eat there for free whenever they wanted
21. You know someone who lives “down in the holler”
22. Before 2001, Rick Pitino was a god. Now, not so much, unless you live in Louisville
23. You know that the Cincinnati airport isn’t even in Ohio, it’s in Hebron, KY
24. Your mom didn’t make dinner, she made supper
25. Ale-8 is the greatest drink ever created
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