12 Stereotypes About Indiana That Need To Be Put To Rest – Right Now
Stereotypes. You either love them or you hate them. This is because sometimes they’re true and sometimes they’re just cruel. To the rest of the country, we are hillbillies who grow corn, ride tractors, and deep-fry everything. The truth is, however, there is so much more to us than just that. Here are some stereotypes about Hoosiers. Whether they are true or not, well, I’ll let you decide.
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Now, before you bite off the hand of the author who wrote this, keep in mind, these are stereotypes other people ALREADY say about Hoosiers and the state of Indiana. The truth is, you have to learn how to laugh at yourself!
Trisha Faulkner is a stay-at-home and work-at-home Hoosier momma. She is a huge advocate of Autism awareness, and loves her beautiful boy more than life itself. She is a native Indiana writer who types her best pieces for Only In Your State between 2-4AM when her toddler finally falls over asleep.
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