Quiz: Only A True Chesapeake Local Can Score a 70% On This Test!

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Let's take a Chesapeake at these questions!

Test your knowledge on Chesapeake Virginia and Maryland including the food, culture, and geography by taking this quiz on the bay!

 May 09, 2018

1 of 18Choose your answer!

Chesapeake contains more miles of _________ than any other city in the country.
Vineyards
Cornfields
Deepwater canals

2 of 18Choose your answer!

What do you need to be careful doing in Chesapeake?
Chewing gum.
Using profanity or swearing.
Using headphones in public.

3 of 18Choose your answer!

Those from Chesapeake are proud that it is known as...
One of the most populated cities in the United States
One of the safest cities in the United States
One of the most crime-ridden cities in the United States

4 of 18Choose your answer!

What's a snowball?
A frozen treat
A ball of ice...we don't have those in Chesapeake Bay.
A name for a cat

5 of 18Choose your answer!

In Chesapeake, a striped bass may also be called a:
Rockfish
Chesabass
Nasty

6 of 18Choose your answer!

If someone wants you to come see their new Chessie, what are they referring to?
Their new dog!
Their new boat!
Their new car!

7 of 18Choose your answer!

If someone in Chesapeake asks you for "Wooder", you would give them...
That's disgusting.
Firewood
Water

8 of 18Choose your answer!

Complete the phrase: Chesapeake ________ Crab
Blue
Spiked
Striped

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Which of the following is a popular dish served along Chesapeake Bay?
Chesapeake Bay stuffed Rockfish
Maryland stuffed mac and cheese
Pumpkin pecan pie

10 of 18Choose your answer!

A Chesapeake nickname for fishermen is:
Semen
Watermen
Swimmers

11 of 18Choose your answer!

Chesapeake Bay natives go to White's Nursery for something other than the plants. What is it?
Free fertilizer
Free cheese
Free popcorn

12 of 18Choose your answer!

This popular dish has a tomato base, local beans, vegetables, and meat or chicken
Partridge porridge
Brunswick stew
A Virginia pot pie

13 of 18Choose your answer!

What color writing is on a Virginia driver's license?
Blue
Green
Purple

14 of 18Choose your answer!

In Virginia, if you hit something with your car, it's probably a:
Bee
Horse
Deer

15 of 18Choose your answer!

Which of these states is a commonwealth?
Pennsylvania
Virginia
Maryland

16 of 18Choose your answer!

Virginia is known as a _______ state.
Dry
Monarchical
Peanut

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If you wanted to go get a Berger, where would you go?
A bakery
A burger joint
A berg

18 of 18Choose your answer!

For Thanksgiving, it is common in Maryland to have stuffing made from:
Oysters
Mustard
Blueberries
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

This is a geographical based quiz about the Chesapeake bay created by women.com. Are you a native born Marylander, Delawarean, or Virginian? Or, have you lived in one of these states a long time, or visited frequently? If so--you would probably enjoy taking this women.com quiz about the Chesapeake Bay area! We have handcrafted these questions to appeal specifically to locals, natives, and people who are intimately familiar with the area. The Chesapeake Bay is an estuary in District of Columbia and the U.S. states of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia that is beside the Atlantic Ocean. Its northern portion is in Maryland and its southern part is in Virginia, so it has importance in multiple states. Its also a popular vacation spots for people in these states as well as all across the United States. It might also be referred to as "The Chesapeake", "The Chesapeake Bay" and "The Bay" by locals. Are you a native born Chesapeake Virginian, Marylander, or Delawarean? Let's see how much you really know about the Chesapeake Bay area's food, slang, and region. We'll ask you things like what are Bergers, Snowballs, and Chessies, or what special type of crab is known specifically to Cheseapeake Bay. There are also special foods that are often served along the coast such as stuffed seafoods or a certain type of stew. Take this fun quiz to find out how well you really know the region and if your knowledge qualifies you as a local, or if you're just a flatlander in the eyes of the natives.