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Come on to her sideways - pull harder
Just a piss cuttin her - going faster
Off in the roses - got off track either talking or driving
Keep her betweeen the ditches - when someone is drifting lanes
You gilpoked her - when something in front of you sticks into the ground and fetched you up ie carrying a long stick or if a wagon comes unhitched and pole digs into the ground
 

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That's used in parts of Canada too.

One phrase I've heard since moving here five years ago that might be unique to Wisconsin - or at least the upper Midwest - is referring to a kind and decent person as a "good shit".

"Yeah Frank came over and helped me get the baler running."
"Well, that was nice of him to do."
"Yeah that Frank, he's a good shit."
"Yeah he is. His wife's a good shit too, she's the same - she'd do anything for anybody."

Leave it to the land of cheese (and beer) to equate the quality of one's character to a pleasantly successful bowel movement...
 
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