Living in the Midwest comes with its own community expectations and standards. These great Midwest slogans and sayings help to describe these areas and define this unique region of the United States.
Being in the Midwest, you get the best of all worlds and add your own flavor to it.
Coal is a big deal here in Wyoming.
Detroit is beautiful – though you probably have to be a child of the industrial Midwest, like me, to see it.
Duck Duck Gray Duck
For cryin’ out loud.
He’s got the holler tail.
I don’t think of all the misery but of the beauty that still remains.
I grew up in the Midwest, where people seem to be friendly and nice to one another. There is less stress than in some of the other cities.
I grew up in the Midwest. I understand a sense of the small-town mentality, small-town social politics.
I just think – the Midwest, if you grow up there, you’re deathly afraid of putting on airs. Any time a Midwesterner criticizes someone, it’s usually involving some form of being too big for your britches.
If I had my druthers…
If you’re looking for can-do, earthy-crunchy attitude then you’ve got to go to Wisconsin.
Illinois corn farmers are the Nation’s number two exporter of feed grains.
I’m a sportsman, you know, and I shoot skeet, and I grew up in the Midwest, so that’s a part of my culture.
I’m a weensy-government conservative from the Midwest, Christian, mother of two, homeschooler, and my hobby, profession, and passion is news.
I’m from the Midwest, and guys like me don’t go on diets. We don’t do well on spinning classes.
In Wyoming, the beauty of our mountains is matched only by the grit of our people.
irthplace of Gay Rodeo
It’s a character I’ve created. Actually, that’s pretty much the opposite of me, off a farm in the Midwest.
It’s so easy to print in the Midwest. You’re saving months in shipping and customs, so we have started printing a number of books there.
I’ve heard stories about authors filled with this kind of Lotto-winner hubris. I’m a Dutch boy from the Midwest. We don’t have hubris.
Let’s put Illinois back on the road to prosperity.
My priorities are to continue to fight for manufacturing in my state and for jobs and health care and deal with lead issues in my beloved city of Cleveland, where I live, and every other city in the industrial Midwest.
Oh, for cute!” or “Oh, for fun!
One of the most beautiful, pristine places in the world.
Our lifestyle, our wildlife, our land and our water remain critical to our definition of Wyoming and to our economic future.
Our party is a diverse one, as is my home state of Illinois.
Slow as molasses in January.
Small ideas won’t help Illinois’ future.
Smell the Dairy-Air
Stop and go lights.
That makes as much sense as government cheese.
The Frozen Chosen.
The people in the Upper Midwest were the same kind of people I grew up around in Idaho.
There could not be a more stark contrast between Wisconsin and Illinois.
Things that happen in Wyoming are things that wouldn’t happen in a big city.
Think big thoughts but relish small pleasures.
We know enough to reject the stereotype that people in the Midwest do not care about their brothers and sisters.
wear clothes that most people in the Midwest would probably deem inappropriate at my age. And I rock a bikini all summer long. I know that it’s not normal, but I just don’t care. I live once.
Weirdness is not my game. I’m just a square boy from Wisconsin.
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