State Quiz - Pennsylvania

Can you guess these facts about the U.S. state of Pennsylvania?
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Last updated: August 30, 2020
First submittedAugust 1, 2014
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Capital city
Harrisburg
Most populous city
Philadelphia
Founder of Pennsylvania
William Penn
Religious group of the above
Quakers
Religious group of Lancaster county
Amish
TV show set in Scranton
The Office
State nickname
The Keystone
State
Second most populous city
Pittsburgh
"Three rivers" of the above
Allegheny
Monongahela
Ohio
Western Pennsylvania
equivalent of "y'all"
Yinz
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Major Civil War battle of 1863
Gettysburg
Name of both a city and a
(now defunct) steel company
Bethlehem
City that Billy Joel wrote a song about
Allentown
City struck by a deadly flood in 1889
Johnstown
Mountainous region of northeast PA
(hint: starts with P)
The Poconos
Meatloaf-like dish made
with pork scraps and cornmeal
Scrapple
City home to Penn State University
State College
Chocolatetown, USA
Hershey
Great Lake that Pennsylvania borders
Erie
Punxsutawney Phil's holiday
Groundhog Day
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Level 63
Aug 4, 2014
Youse or Youse Guys should also be accepted for 'Yinz'
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Level 70
Aug 6, 2014
Yous guys is more of a Philly, Southeastern PA expression. Yinz is for Western PA and Pittsburgh.
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Level 85
Aug 19, 2014
True, but that having been said, there's no definitive spelling, it being a verbal expression. So "yins" should also be accepted.
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Level 72
Aug 19, 2014
I tried Youse AND youse guys thinking that the QM mixed up his east and west. Never heard of Yinz
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Level ∞
Aug 19, 2014
Yins will work now. Youse is incorrect.
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Level 80
Sep 14, 2014
I made the same attempts that buck did, but I think that's more of a New Jersey thing.
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Level 52
Sep 14, 2014
as someone who grew up near Pittsburgh, it is definitely "yinz" or "yins", and never "youse".
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Level 52
Sep 14, 2014
actually, Pittsburghers are colloquially known as "Yinzers" in PA and in the region.
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Level 66
Mar 28, 2020
As a native Philadelphian, I have never heard anybody say Youse, although I know it isn't as common as it used to be. And twendesasa, I have never heard people referred to as Yinzers.
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Level 72
Sep 6, 2020
It’s good to hear that Philadelphia may have cleaned up its grammar in the intervening decades since I grew up there, but “youse/youze” was absolutely the ONLY way to say the plural “you”. It was a staple of the regional speech.
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Level 67
Sep 15, 2014
Yins, yinz, yunz, you'uns, or youns should all be considered correct. All are listed in the Wikipedia article on Pittsburgh English.
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Level 82
Oct 15, 2019
I tried youins but didn't think to drop the "ou"
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Level 85
Aug 19, 2014
Panhaas or panhaw should be accepted for the pork scrap question - it's what the makers call it.
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Level ∞
Aug 19, 2014
Panhaas or panrabbit will work now.
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Level 66
Sep 14, 2014
YESSSSS easiest quiz ever being a PA native, loved it so much. What a great state, and by the way, scrapple is the greatest food on earth.
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Level 34
Jan 11, 2017
PA native too, transplanted to TX....scrapple is indeed the greatest food ever! my poor deprived cihldren will never know the joys of Saturday morning scrapple, pancakes, and chocolate milk!
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Level 29
Dec 27, 2019
why not? its super easy to make.
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Level 61
Sep 16, 2014
Yinz cudda had a question about IRON CITY beer...
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Level 79
May 25, 2016
Totally thrown off by the clue calling scrapple "meatloaf-like!" Dogfood-like, maybe...
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Level 79
Aug 31, 2020
I always enjoy going back and finding my comments from previous times I took each quiz. I may have been a little too hard on our local "everything but the oink" pig product. I know many of my fellow mid-Atlantic brethren love it. But, I still think meatloaf-like isn't really accurate - it always seemed more like sausage (bad sausage) than meatloaf to me.
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Level 46
Mar 24, 2017
All of you people who don't live in the mid-atlantic region of the United States are missing out on what scrapple tastes like. Awesome! I live in Delaware by the way :)
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Level 78
Mar 27, 2019
Scrapple has made it's way out of the Mid-Atlantic states.It is in Kentucky and probably Ohio also. Possibly thanks to the large and growing Amish and Mennonite populations.
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Level 37
Aug 29, 2019
Scrapple sounds (and tastes) as what it should be: scrapped.
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Level 62
Sep 7, 2019
WE ARE
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Level 83
Aug 30, 2020
Gee, nothing about TMI? (That's Three Mile Island, not too much information.)
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Level 78
Aug 31, 2020
Yeah, definitely surprised to see no mention of that. That was a pretty significant PA-specific thing.