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Have you ever questioned just how real and accurate those state nicknames and sayings are on our state license plates? Have you ever wished that they more honestly reflected the persona and personality of the state and its' people? Well, here is a snarky attempt, in five parts, at calling a spade a spade.

This is the 4th in a 5 Part Series. Yesterday, in Part 3, we looked at license plate nicknames for the states of Massachusetts through New Jersey, on Saturday, in Part 2, we looked at the  states of Hawaii through Maryland, and on Friday, in Part 1,  we looked at the states from Alabama through Georgia.

Tomorrow we will finish our series with Part 5, the last 10 states South Dakota to Wyoming.  Look for them.

31. New Mexico                    New Mexico-  Hey Compared to Arizona, We’re Normal!

32. New York State                New York, A Failed State!

33. North Carolina            North Carolina: First in Freedom!
                                              (Hey, Stop Laughing!)

34. North Dakota              North ‘Frackin’ Dakota!

35. Ohio                       People Love Ohio (Every Four Years)

36.  Oklahoma             We Have 3 Area Codes!

37.  Oregon                   Oregon.....The Beaver State, Yes, We Speak Lesbian!

38. Pennsylvania               Pennsawtucky, Come Drive Where the Hick Meets the Hillbilly!

39. Rhode Island                Rhode Island- Hello! At Least We're Not New Jersey!

40. South Carolina           South Carolina: Too Small For a Republic, Too Large for an Insane Asylum!


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