Quiz: Are You Alabama Enough To Ace These 20 Tricky Questions?

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How Alabama are you really?

Take this fun women.com quiz on the state of Alabama food, culture, and slang and we'll tell you how southern you are!

 Jul 28, 2018
1 of 20Choose Your Answer!
What fried southern delicacy inspired a novel that was later made into a movie?
fried pickles
fried green tomatoes
jalepeño poppers
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In the south, dinner is actually called what?
dine in
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What do you call the circular combination of chocolate, marshmallow, and graham cracker?
a mudslide
a moon pie
a snowball
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What two schools participate in the Iron Bowl?
University of Alabama and Auburn University
Florida State University and the University of Florida
US Military Academy and US Naval Academy
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Where do most people do their grocery shopping in Alabama?
Whole Foods
Piggly Wiggly
Price Chopper
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What pattern is popular amongst University of Alabama fans?
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What song do most people think is the official state song of Alabama?
Sweet Home Alabama
Song of the South
Dixieland Delight
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EVERY Alabama native knows that the Crimson Tide refers to:
Red lemonade sold at Bojangle's
U of A football
When Gulf Shore tides appear red
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The annual mullet toss consists of people:
trying to throw their head back attractively to show off their mullet
cutting off their mullets and throwing them away
throwing mullet fish from Florida across the state line into Alabama
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Spring breakers are known to flock to which Alabama location?
Gulf Shores
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Which Southern fried chicken chain is a go-to for AL locals?
Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits
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To an Alabamian, "LA" means:
Lower Alabama
Los Angeles
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Real 'Bama locals know that this waterfall is one of the nicest in the South:
Desoto Falls
Hoover Falls
Niagara Falls
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An Alabama way to swear without using any swears is to say what?
"Shuckity Thimble"
"Sake to me"
"Land sakes"
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What other name is Alabama known by?
The Garden State
The Heart of Dixie
The Big Peach
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This Alabama town has the original Mardi Gras celebration:
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Huntsville, Alabama is considered a major tech hub, especially because of the:
U.S. Solar Power Center
U.S. Space and Rocket Center
U.S. Marine and Navy Center
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What are cow chips?
Black and White cookies
Cow poop
Beef chips
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How do you pronounce Mobile?
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Which beverage could Alabamians never live without?
Sweet Tea
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Are you from Alabama? Did you work or go to school in Alabama? Do you feel like you're a true Alabaman at heart? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this quiz might be fun for you! Answer these questions about the state of Alabama food, culture, and slang and we'll tell you if you're really southern through and through.women.com has geographic based quizzes not only to offer some fun trivia on specific places, but also in order to help reconnect you with your home city, town, state, or region. Whether its a place you went to school or worked, or if you lived there for a period of your life, we want to have a quiz for you so that you can relive some nostalgic memories associated with that place.

Did you or do you live in Alabama? If so, then you likely have specialized knowledge about the region that you are probably not even consciously aware of—but it makes the state of Alabama a part of who you are and very important to your identity.

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