You May Be from Idaho if
During a storm you check the cattle before you check the kids.
You are related to more than half your hometown.
From a distance, you can tell the difference between a horse and a cow.
Your car breaks down outside of town and news of it gets back to town before you do.
You wave without thinking to all oncoming traffic.
You don't buy all your vegetables at the grocery store.
You don't put much effort into hairstyles due to wind and weather.
There's a tornado warning and the whole town stands outside watching for it.
Your local gas station sells live bait.
For your family vacation, you go to the State Fair.
You wake up at 5:30 am and go down to the coffee shop.
You're on a first-name basis with the county sheriff.
When little smokies are something you serve on special occasions.
You have the Co-Op's phone number on speed dial.
All your radio's preset buttons are set to country.
You search for the cheapest room rates when going out of town.
You think "using the elevator" involves grain.
Your mayor is also your garbage hauler, barber, and insurance salesman.
You listen to the weather forecast before picking out an outfit.
You call the wrong number and end up talking for an hour anyway.
An acceptable school excuse is that the cows got out.
You know cow pies aren't made of beef.
You wake up when it's still dark and go to bed when it's still light.
You listen to "Paul Harvey" every day at noon.
You can tell that's not a UFO in that field, it's a farmer working late.
Your nearest neighbor has a different area code.
You know the difference between field corn and sweet corn when they are still on the stalk.
You know the code names for everyone on the CB.
You can eat an ear of corn in under 20 seconds with no utensils.
You wear your boots to church.
It takes 30 seconds to reach your destination and it's clear across town.
You can tell the difference between the smell of a skunk and the smell of a feedlot.
You believe "true love" means that she'll ride in your tractor with you.
Your Saturday shopping involves Wal-Mart.
Your main drag in town is two blocks long.
You defend the beauty of being able to see the next town, which is 20 miles away.
You actually get these jokes and send your friends this link!