Five Words or Phrases that Mean Something Totally Different in Montana
When it comes to Montana lingo we have our own way to say some things, some stuff is just a little different here.
Here are some words or phrases that may mean something different in Montana then other places.
Well of course to the folks in Montana, if you say oyster... the mind immediately jumps to rocky mountain oysters.
Some people outside of Montana or hunting may think a 'rut' is some kind of dip in the road or dip in something. To a Montanan it means an animal is in rut...
No not a poke on Facebook or a physical poke of someone. To Montana ranchers and cowboys/girls a poke is short for "cowpoke" also known as a cowboy.
My grandma always called the compartment in the car on the passenger side the jockey box. I guess a lot of old school Montanan's do.
To people in Vegas a 'pasty' means something totally different. To a Montanan it's a traditional butte food used commonly back in the mining days.