"What is your state worst at?" That's the question posed by a hilarious poster on Motifake.com, which describes itself as the "original demotivational poster community." And while we don't know how much research the Motifake folks put into the terrible qualities chosen for each state, they're pretty damn funny -- including the one from Colorado, which isn't quite what you may expect (but close). Check out the photo-illustrated answers for each state, followed by a look at the original poster.
Montana Drunk driving Alaska Suicide Hawaii Cost of living Michigan Unemployment Maryland AIDS Illinois Robbery Connecticut Breast cancer Maine Dumbest state Arkansas Worst credit score Oregon Homeless population Continue to see what more states, including Colorado, are worst at. Minnesota Tornadoes New Hampshire Corporate taxes Delaware Abortion South Dakota Rape New York Daily commute Georgia Most sickly Idaho Weakest government insurance Indiana Least green state Kansas Poorest health Continue to see what more states, including Colorado, are worst at. Kentucky Cancer deaths Missouri Bankruptcy Iowa Oldest state Nebraska Violence on females Texas High school graduation Rhode Island Drug use Wyoming Fatal car crashes New Mexico Anti-social North Carolina Teacher salary Oklahoma Female criminals Continue to see what more states, including Colorado, are worst at. Tennessee Corruption Nevada Crime Utah Porn usage Vermont Infertility Washington Bestiality West Virginia Heart attack Pennsylvania Arson Virginia Motorcycle deaths Florida Identity theft California Air pollution Continue to see what more states, including Colorado, are worst at. Wisconsin Binge drinking South Carolina Most mobile homes Alabama Stroke Arizona Alcoholism Ohio Nerdiest state North Dakota Ugliest residents Mississippi Obesity Louisiana Gonorrhea Massachusetts Worst drivers New Jersey Taxes Colorado Cocaine usage
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