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BuzzFeed: 30 Things Ohioans Love

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Do you think Ohioans say "you're fine" instead of "no problem?" Or call vacuum cleaners "sweepers?" The website BuzzFeed published a list of "30 things Ohioans love" on Wednesday, and according to that list, people from Ohio are guilty of that and much more.

The list is making the rounds on social media sites, and hits on Ohioans' favorite places to eat, things to wear and words to use.

One standout declaration: People from Ohio really, really love ranch dressing.

So, is it true? Vote in our poll!

Click here to view the full list from BuzzFeed.

And head over to our Facebook page and let us know what you think should really be on this list.

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