Ohioans have a unique way of viewing the world. From football rivalries to a poor perception of weather, folks from Ohio are worth a closer look. Let's go!
Sure, we'll throw on a jacket, but we have to show that snowstorm who's boss.
The Browns vs. he Bengals is an intense rivalry. But not as intense as another one!
The Browns/Steelers rivalry has fueled the dreams of Ohio football fans for decades.
Doesn't chili belong with spaghetti? Ohioans thing so!
O-H-I-O can easily be spelled using ones arms. Try it!
Yup, cow tipping is a thing. Let's say it's not entirely humane, though.
Ohio's very own call and response. We can weed out Ohioans anywhere.
Ohioans virtually have the menu memorized.
We love 'em so much we made them into a candy.
Hey, Lake Erie counts as a coastline, right? Bonus - there's even ice-fishing in the winter!
Although a source of many jokes and some embarrassment, the Cuyahoga River did actually catch fire in 1969, because it was... well... dirty.
The Steelers, Ohio State vs. Michigan, cornfields. Need we say more?
Missed spring? It was yesterday. Now it's 90 degrees.
Schoolchildren in Ohio know that, even in three feet of snow, they will just have to suck it up and trudge to school.
Browns fans are diehard believers, even though their team never seems to be able to get ahead.
Hockey? What's that?
Miracle Whip is awesome on sandwiches, in macaroni and potato salad, and in any other instance where mayo might be used. Yum!
Formally Progressive Field, The Jake takes its name from team owners, Richard and David Jacobs.
Oh, so that's a Midwestern thing.
The word Cuyahoga means "crooked river." The river cuts the county in half.
Some Clevelanders rarely cross the river. Seriously.
The United States Polka Association is located in Cleveland, Ohio.
Ok, so there's a Miami in both Ohio and Florida. Ohioans will never admit it!
Ohioans have the chicken dance in their blood. Get ready to flap your wings.... ahem, we mean arms.
It's all about the football, folks. Ohio football.
The house is open for tours and sleepovers! Put up your feet and stay a while!
Hey, the theme song for season one was "Moon Over Parma"! Parma is on the southern edge of Cleveland. Cleveland rocks!
Dave Chappelle and his family live in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Where the heck is Yellow Springs?
Mike Tyson once owned an mansion in Southington, Ohio. The mansion, complete with a boxing-glove-shaped pool, has been empty for years.
Michigan and Ohio State. The Buckeyes and the Wolverines. 'Nuff said.
Opened in 1870, Cedar Point in Sandusky is the second-oldest open amusement park in the US. Both Sea World and Geauga Lake parks closed in Ohio.
Cornhole boards can be painted with just about any theme in Ohio.
Ohio state fairs feature fried Oreos, Twinkies and other delicacies. Doesn't everything taste better fried?
Actually, Ohioans know that it's the rest of the country who have accents.
Ohio has cornfields as far as the eye can see. Might as well cook some up.