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Indiana is a flat stretch of land that you may drive through on your way east from Chicago. It is only really stinky at the start of the drive; the smell gets better the farther away from Chicago you get. When this part of the drive is finished, you are likely to be in Ohio. It usually is only visited when people hear there is actually a place worse than Illinois.


Indiana residents are known as Hoosiers. This comes from the word "hoser."

Many Indiana residents are corn stalks. After an evening of discussions with Indiana humans, some people go out and stand in a corn field because they find that conversations with these tall, reedy Hoosiers is more stimulating.

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