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Grew up in Columbus, Grandvew area. Left 35 years ago when I joined the Navy. Always said pop, the only other time I heard again was when I came back or met others from Ohio. Love some Panzera's pizza when I come back for games.
agreed. growing up I had no Donatos.(where I grew up anyway - north Dayton)
now, when I visit (south Dayton), there's no Casanos but there is Donatos (which I do love)
Not sure how she forgot to mention Cane's on this list. Maybe it was #31. Good list though.
"Whoever said the pen is mightier than the sword never encountered automatic weapons".
General Douglas MacArthur
Same here. Once I moved to Texas for graduate school I realized a lot of things I thought were common, were in fact, not. The "Soda/Pop" thing I realized when my cousins came down from California when I was 13(?).
Can we get a mountain dew emoticon? I try it most days, never works[mountaindew]
Ohio sweet corn lady, duh!!!!!!
The RANT is a Romper Room for Degenerates - jwe
I learned one thing, at least, from living on the East coast: whatever "they" say is the best/right way.
My mom always said that...
I would ask .. who the hell are "they"... Name them.
She would get pissed an move on.
She left out corn mazes
I am from northeast Ohio, and Skyline chili is not something we have. My son, however, is hooked on Mountain Dew. And I am also now calling the sweeper a vacuum. And Sperry's were always the "boat shoes" for over 35 crowd. They have just become popular for younger people this past fashion season, I believe. Oh, and I hate it when people say Ohia instead of Ohio....especially if I know the person graduated from college. One more thing....I have one son who lives in Chicago, and Chicagoland thinks everything is better there!!
I am a self respecting New Yorker, and I absolutely love Cassano's. After a 10 hojr drive with screaming kids to my parents house, my parents know to order me one when I am 20 minutes out. And I like Donato's over most other pizzas too.
Dude, if you're from NW Ohio,you most certainly have an accent.
We all do, I'm from Cincinnati and I think most would agree there's definitely a slight accent down there.
Folks from NE Ohio definitely have an accent themselves, the more northern you get, the thicker the accent. Traveling south, same deal. Nothing wrong with I, it is what it is.
My only gripe with the list is that anyone who grew up not following anything Cleveland doesn't defend the Browns and most of us don't really care about the nba, so we don't hate LeBron...he's always going to be from Akron and if he'd never played for the Cavs, you all know you'd be bragging about him being from Ohio.
Great pizza in Ohio, Marion, LaRossa, Cassanos and Donatos.
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