Indiana normal
 n.— «“Indiana normal” is the term the Fort Wayne physician has coined to refer to the weight of many of his patients. “In a day in my office seeing patients, it’s rare that I see a patient of normal weight,” he says. “If you live in California and you have obesity, you stand out. But in Indiana, you don’t stand out. Obesity is the rule.”» —“State’s obesity angers physician” by Rosa Salter Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, Ind.) Nov. 14, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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