Wyoming Vs. Colorado Lingo
Wyoming and Colorado are geographically neighbors, but each have a dialect all to themselves. Check out some of our favorite examples!
Wyoming - One that has grown up in the state, was raised in a small town, and prides themselves on small town values.
Colorado - Growing your own marijuana at home.
Colorado - When there are major roadway delays, vehicle congestion, and accidents.
Wyoming - When two semi's are hogging both the left and right lanes.
Colorado - When there are hundreds of people in front of you, creating a wait that can take hours.
Wyoming - When there's 3 or 4 people before you and you're there for more than 10 minutes.
Colorado - When one jabs or prods at you.
Wyoming - The one and only college football team in the state, or a slang term for an old cowboy.
Colorado - When a major music artist plays a venue that seats thousands of people.
Wyoming - When your uncle, cousin, and neighbor break out their guitars in the backyard.
Wyoming - Growing barley, wheat, beans, corn, etc.
Colorado - Likely marijuana related