It's no mystery that we have our own unique way of talking up here in Maine and New Hampshire and that each state or region has it's own accent. There are also so many "slang" words unique to each state. We've got lots of those, too! Yahoo! just released survey results with a different slang word from all 50 states. Check them and add your favorite from up here!

In the south, people use a buggy instead of a shopping cart. They eat "hot weiners" in Rhode Island, not hot dogs. Sourdough may be a bread elsewhere but in Alaska it refers to a longtime resident. Checkout the list of different slang words or phrases from different states.

What is one of your favorite Maine or New Hampshire words or phrases that only someone from here would understand?!? Post it in the comments below or on our Facebook page.