Weirdest Internet search quirks of all 50 states (including Colorado) according to Estately
Big photos below.
Estately.com, the site behind our recent list of the ten best states for hippies, has a new target: the Internet search quirks of all fifty states, including Colorado, produced by running "hundreds of search queries through Google Trends to determine which words, terms and questions each state was searching for more than any other."
The results may not truly show what people in each state search for the most -- we're guessing residents of South Dakota don't limit themselves to queries about a single shitty Canadian rock band -- but they sure are funny. Check out Estately's info for all fifty states plus the District of Columbia, photo-illustrated for your pleasure, and click here to visit the original post.
Bill O'Reilly (TV host) / Gun Rights / National Rifle Association / Meth Alaska
Adult Friend Finder / AR-15 / Bestiality / Bird Watching / Couch Surfing / Mail Order Bride / Pull Tabs / Sarah Palin Hawaii
Buddha / Cock Fighting / North Korea / Rastafari Movement / Slam Poetry / Spam Recipe Michigan
Knock-Knock Jokes / Little Caesars / Omelette / Taco Bell / Topless Bar / Where do babies come from? Maryland
Crabs / David Hasselhoff / "House of Cards" (TV show) / Kickball / National Football League / Skate or Die / What is Twitter? Illinois
Burrito / Deep Dish Pizza / Dennis Rodman (idiot) / Golf Injury / Oasis (band) / Pizza / Racist Jokes / Thin Crust Pizza / "Workaholics" (TV show) Connecticut
The Dave Matthews Band (band) / Hearing Voices / Pepperidge Farms / Wu-Tang Clan (rap group) Maine
Cat Pics / How to roll a joint / Growing Marijuana / Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" Arkansas
Atkins Diet / End of Days / Lap Band Surgery / Learn to Read / Walmart Jobs Oregon
Allah / Sex / Spork Continue to learn Estately's picks for the weirdest Internet search quirks for more of the fifty states, including Colorado.Next Page
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