On a different thread Otis just referred to the denizens of the Champagne region of France as 'Champagnians'. I have no idea whether or not that's the correct name for someone from Champagne, but the sound of it tickled my funny bone in any event. Personally, I'd be inclined to simply refer to one as a "frog" or "cheese eating surrender monkey", but that's just me.
What do you call a resident of the city, state, or nation you hail from?
This is actually a question which occupied the Michigan state legislature enough that they went so far as to vote on what the official name of a state resident should be. They decided on 'Michiganian', but people from/in Michigan in real life refer to themsleves as 'Michiganders' (and yet others simply refer to us as 'unemployed')
Many states seem to go for the -ian suffix....Georgian, Californian, South Carolinian, etc., but others are not at all obvious unless you happen to know what they refer to themselves as, such as Indiana (Hoosier) or Massachusetts (Bay stater, I believe?)
Hmmm what do you call someone from Hell, MI? A Hellion? Or perhaps a Demon? What about someone from Truth or Consequences, NM?
What do you call someone from Delaware, a Delawarian? Do folks from Maine refer to themselves possibly as 'Maniacs'? Inquiring minds want to know. We all know someone from Texas is a Texan but what about someone from Dallas? Are they Dallasites? or Fort Worthians? or Wac(k)os? or Cut and Shooters?