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50 Catchy Massachusetts Slogans, State Motto, Nicknames and Sayings

In this post you will find 50 Catchy Massachusetts State Slogans, Massachusetts Colony Slogans, Massachusetts State Motto, Massachusetts State Nicknames and Massachusetts Sayings.

 

Massachusetts State Motto

“Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem”

(By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty)

 

Massachusetts State Nicknames

 

The Bay State

 

The Old Colony State

 

The Baked Bean State

 

The Pilgrim State

 

The Puritan State

 

Massachusetts Slogans

 

Make It Yours

 

The Spirit of America

 

You’re more likely to live here

 

The city upon a hill on now up on the mountain!

 

Massachusetts: It’s Wicked!

 

Don’t Miss Mass!

 

Thank us for thanksgiving

 

Stay out of Teddy’s car!

 

No pranks and all thanks!

 

Life is WICKED good

 

Massachusetts: Taxachusetts

 

Washington’s Outhouse

 

Massachusetts: where God is God

 

Where we know which witch is which

 

Massachusetts: The Commonwealth

 

Our Taxes Are Lower Than Sweden’s

 

Now with 30% Fewer Kennedys!

 

Home of the Young Girls from Nantucket. Also, the Home of Ted Kennedy … Hmmmm

 

Massachusetts Colony Slogans

 

Fresh soil, fresh freedom!

 

Massachusetts Strong!

 

Buy a Condo in Peaceful, Sunny Bunker Hill

 

Puritans and witches no more

 

A Patriot’s Dream

 

A New World in the New World, Freedom and Opportunity

 

Someday OUR Furniture Will Be CLASSIC Antiques

 

Massachusetts sayings

 

“Don’t stay till the last dog ‘s hung.”

 

“He’s got a gait like a pair of bars.”

 

“Three removes are as bad as a fire.”

 

“Joy go with you and a good breeze after you.”

 

“Her tongue runs as if it was hung in the middle and wagged at both ends.”

 

“What comes over the Devil’s back is sure to go under his belly.”

 

“Don’t try to come your dumb Isaacs over me.”

 

“If you like big government, move to Massachusetts.”

 

“Don’t need it any more than a cow needs two tails.”

 

“There’s as much odds in folks as there is in anybody.”

 

“Don’t know enough to be an assistant janitor to a corn crib.”

 

“The still pig eats the swill.”

 

“A short horse is soon curried.”

 

“It’s not like Massachusetts, where they’re baptized Democrats.”

 

“Dung-hills rise and castles fall.”

 

“No man dies without an heir.”

 

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