Are you from Delaware? Do you like Delaware? Do you sometimes wish you ARE Delaware? If you answered yes to the first two questions, this blog is for you. If you answered yes to the third question, I suggest you get some help. A human being can't be a state. SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN! If your submission is not posted, it's because of one of these reasons: - Submissions were closed when you submitted. - I haven't gotten to it yet or it's still in the queue. - It wasn't "Delaware enough." - It's too similar to another submission. - I didn't like it.[Yes, the submission box and ask box are the same thing. It's totally intentional.]
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Dear fellow Delawareans,
The News Journal informs me that we might have a problem.
Can we talk about the millions of bees that escaped from a crashed tractor trailer on the 896 to I-95 on-ramp yesterday? Only in Delaware.
the welcome to delaware rest stop is in the exact middle of delaware
You didn’t here this from me…but that’s not entirely true.
BIDEN FOR GOVERNOR 2016!
Because why not?
Tom Welling history very good article
Tom Welling was raised in Hockessin? Why am I just now hearing about this?
Cool story bro.
Can I just give you a little tip? (Mostly if you’re from out of state, but this is for some in-state residents too…)
Follow the correct directions/road signs!
It’s not that hard.
Way too many people got off at the wrong exit last year and it caused ridiculous traffic standstills.
People were playing frisbee in the median strip. That’s just not right.
The first SNL sketch featuring host Melissa McCarthy as recurring Delaware-based character Sheila Kelly, then serving as the head coach for the “Middle Delaware State” Womens Basketball Team. Originally aired April 6, 2013.
Delaware-based sketch from last night’s SNL (February 1, 2014) featuring host Melissa McCarthy in her second appearance as recurring Delaware-based character Sheila Kelly, formerly a head basketball coach at “Middle Delaware State” and now a State Congresswoman.