A Hoosier is what you call someone from Indiana. Due to their thick accent when once upon a time someone would yell on their cornfield “Who’s there” it would sound like “Hoosier”. There is one thing for sure about Hoosier’s and this that every Hoosier knows that a tractor is a perfectly acceptable way to travel to school due to the acres upon acres of corn fields!
One word: Hoosier!
Every Hoosier has experienced a day when all roads headed to high school were clogged with lines of tractors inching along. Drive your tractor to school day, after all, is a time-honored myth here. And they’ve all learned that blank stare you get when you mention said tradition to an out of state companion!