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Thank you so much for all that you are and all that you will be. I cant wait for more adventures and to watch our family grow over the years. You are everything i need. 😙
💃🏻CONTEST TIME🕺🏼 Who wants to be my DANCE PARTNER at @go963mn#GoFest18, featuring @awolnation@thenbhd@lovelytheband@loveinfuturetimes@yamhaus? YOU +1, LET’S GO 🎉 Here’s what you have to do: 1️⃣ FOLLOW me and @go963mn 2️⃣ LIKE this post 3️⃣ TAG your +1 and COMMENT with why you wanna go (I mean, why wouldn’t you? 🤷🏻♀️) That’s it 💫 WINNER will be chosen at random on WEDNESDAY at NOON 🙌🏽 And, even if you’re not in it to win it, leave a comment with your must-do move at concerts (you know mine: full belly = happy shot-taking and hip-shaking 🤸🏻♀️). Oh, and you can up your chances by making sure your +1 enters, too - or just go get your tickets on GoRadioMN. com (that’s your only guaranteed way in). Can’t wait to party with you on JUNE 29th @thecabooze 🤹🏻♀️
Happy Father’s Day to all the great dads out there!! If you haven’t got your dad any Rut Ready gear what are you waiting for?
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MIMAL, the Man in the Middle of the USA
MIMAL is a geographical acronym referring to five states in the United States: Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana. The term is used as reference to the fictional person of Mimal the Elf or Chef, the area composed of the five states found on the west bank of the Mississippi River.
The state of Minnesota represents Mimal's hat, Iowa is his face, and Missouri is his shirt. Mimal's pants are represented by Arkansas, and his boots by Louisiana. Tennessee and Kentucky are sometimes included as Mimal's frying pan and the chicken being cooked in the pan (Kentucky being the "Kentucky Fried Chicken leg," and Tennessee being the "tin pan"), thus making Mimal a cook.
The term was coined due to the unique shape of the five states caused by the Mississippi River as a mnemonic to help Social Studies students learn US geography.
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