Bizarre Cities

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We go to college and get a job so we can find / achieve thisMissouri
You can take it with butter or jam, but it's always a nice breakfast additionNorth Carolina
That was delicious. It was, as a kid might put it, _____ (two words, both the same)Tennessee
You may find one of these after a storm. The other word is another name for a big town. (2 words)Alabama
A pesty parasitic biter + another word for city (1 word)Virginia
You can take it with lemon, sugar, or even milkSouth Dakota
Circular pastry or dessert usually with a fruity fillingWest Virginia
Let's bow our heads to do thisMontana
The sound a doorbell makes (two words)Texas
This is usually sliced for you, but sometimes you may have to slice it yourself (two words)Vermont
Inception sequel: this time it's about pregnancy Missouri
'It's getting hot in here' - probably has something to do with the pool of fire/lava that's located in this Biblical settingMichigan
A nice cup of this would sure wake me up in the morning (two words)Mississippi
Because there's just nothing to do hereMaryland
It's rich and creamy and a good breakfast mealTexas
Another name for heavenMichigan
Because it's so plainVirginia
You might find one on the corners of big city streetsOklahoma
Alvin is one of theseNew York
Good questionArizona
I hope this means the people here smell really nice and are cleanColorado
A type of pancakeKansas
A primary color + a planetMinnesota
I hope he doesn't bring me coal this year, but if he does I'll blackmail him because I saw him kissing mommyIndiana
It's 50% of the opposite of HeavenNorth Carolina
Eek! It's a ____! Even the tiniest ones freak most people out.Kentucky
This bad archangel is a hot primary color (2 words)Alaska
Get up Sunday morning to go hereIowa
A type of cheeseSouth Carolina
Kindness, friendliness, compassion, generosityGeorgia
The end, or paramount tensionGeorgia
Nuns study hereLouisiana
A particular type of stinging insect (two words, both begin with same letter)Arizona
A combination of pesky night-time, summer-dwelling biting insects with a common town suffix (ending)Vermont
Good ol' PB and J, or maybe just a turkey oneMassachusetts

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