New Orleans *Slang* - It's A Thing. Do You Know These 19 "Typical" Things?

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You may need a gris-gris to pass this quiz!

Are you a true New Orleans native? Between Jazz music, po-boys, and Bourbon street, what's not to like? Take this NOLA quiz to see how much you know!

 Apr 27, 2019

1 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

You'd only shout "Throw me something, mista!" during a...
Parade
Birthday party
Concert

2 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Sometimes the best place to get a poboy is at a...
Cafeteria
Laundromat
Gas station

3 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Bourbon Street is to alcohol as Plum Street is to ___.
Plums
Snoball
Alcohol

4 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

When can you get a king cake?
Christmas
Mardi Gras
Hurricane season

5 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Down in New Orleans, the city folk are ___ in a rush.
Sometimes
Never
Always

6 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

You "pinch the tail and suck the head" when eating...
Shrimp
Crabs
Crawfish

7 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

"Mais, ___! I'm so glad to see you!"
My love
Friend
Cher

8 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

"Lagniappe" means:
With ice cream
On the side
A little extra

9 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Everyone knows about the little ___ dog.
Black
Red
Blue

10 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Which does not belong?
Burger
Beignet
Muffuletta

11 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

If you hear someone talking about a "gris-gris", they most likely practice ___.
Voodoo
Judaism
Catholicism

12 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

What's the first thing you think of when you hear "category 1"?
Not spicy
Hurricane
Trivia round 1

13 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

The only people calling the city, "N'awlins" are...
City folk
Locals
Tourists

14 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

"Dooky Chase" refers to a...
Restaurant
New Orleans dish
Jazz band

15 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Can you drink alcohol outdoors?
No
Depends on the area
Yes

16 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

The Cajun "Holy Trinity" of cooking is ___.
Bacon, lettuce, tomatoes
Onions, bell peppers and celery
Shallots, carrots, potatoes

17 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

What do the words calliope, tchoupitoulas, and decatur have in common?
Names of drinks
Street names
Food dishes

18 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

The most quintessential New Orleans phase, "laissez les bon temps rouler" means...
How's ya mama an' them
Let the good times roll
The joy of living

19 of 19Choose your answer, cher!

Leave the ______? No way, I love New Orleans way too much.
Big Apple
Big Easy
Big Sun
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Do you take your sweet tea extra sweet? Do you know what makes up the cajun holy trinity in cooking? Do you prefer gumbo or etouffee? Prove you've got what it takes to survive a night out on Bourbon street or the crowds during Mardi Gras. Get ready for a challenge - from the bayou to the Crescent City, this quiz has it all. You can't call yourself a true native until you've passed this quiz. Do you know what a gris-gris does? Or where to get the best fried chicken in the city? Use this opportunity to show off your knowledge of New Orleans' most unique slang, culture, and traditions! Grab yourself some beignets and a cafe au lait, and prove to us that you call NOLA your home.

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