Hilarious Tweets About Every U.S. State
Part of what makes traveling through the U.S. so fun is that each state has its own distinct personality. No two places are the same, and everywhere you go you'll find a special brand of hometown pride.
To share what makes each U.S. state so unique and weird, we've turned to Twitter to see what locals have to say.
Of course, no tweet could ever encapsulate a state’s many nuances. But these do a good job capturing some of the most beloved (and hilarious!) quirks of the country's diverse states.
It serves many purposes, y'all.
Yes, there's a town called Badger in Alaska. Yes, it's near a town called North Pole. And yes, if you're from Alaska, it's generally just easier to tell everyone you're from Fairbanks.
To be fair, in Alaska, this kinda IS adventuring.
To be fair, only Chris Hemsworth is hotter than Arizona seatbelts.
In Arkansas, Sonic is a way of life.
To be fair, one could also argue that Kansas should be pronounced "Kansaw."
Ok but where's the avocado toast?
Yep, this pretty much covers it.
There's no wrong place to enjoy a taste of the Rockies.
Why Coloradans live by a one-word mantra: "Layers."
New York gets all the love, but Connecticut is awesome too ok?!
Two truths: Wawa is amazing and Delaware definitely exists.
Think about it.
Wait, 65-degree weather isn't considered freezing everywhere else?
You had us at "fried peanuts."
"I live in the town of 1 Hour North of Atlanta."
If you sang this in your head, you clearly have a kid who's made you watch "Moana" 800 times.
Sounds like paradise.
Put a fork in this joke, it’s done.
The Windy City really do be like that.
"Stranger Things" have happened.
Idaho, Ohio and Iowa are, in fact, three entirely different states.
This is what happens when you live in a state with a lot of cows and super-nice Midwesterners.
Did you know the tornado in “The Wizard of Oz” was inspired by true Kansas events?!
He's probably really good at the banjo, too.
As long as the important stuff is open...
Definitely Louisiana's best pick-up line.
It's called Southern hospitality, folks.
Honestly, only having a lobster roll once a week in Maine is embarrassing.
You get winter and you get summer, and you will NOT complain!
Old Bay Seasoning is the center of not just this bingo card, but the entire Maryland universe.
Honestly, there are worse ways to select a mate.
In Massachusetts, it's weird not to drink iced coffee in the winter and, indeed, all 365 days of the year. (And that coffee better be Dunkin'.)
It's all relative.
Brutal cold does have its perks though!
The most fun a stick figure has ever had on a caution sign.
Just the facts.
Versatility is an ideal trait in a state partner.
The #MississippiLife hashtag says it all.
Missouri likes to keep things interesting.
Seriously, the state couldn't be any easier to find. Get it together, coastal snobs!
The deer appreciated the politeness, we're sure.
This is a good way to avoid getting pulled over for speeding.
Living in Nevada is like living in a Western.
This book sounds riveting.
New Hampshire's bears are the most laid-back bears.
Newsflash: New Jersey is its own state, not a place called "Just Outside of NYC."
You have to pass this test, or they won't let you live in the state.
One can't have too much chile in New Mexico. That's just science.
The other "only in New York" aspect of this photo? How totally unfazed the other passengers are.
In New York, every day's a marathon.
Petition to change the name to "Nouth Carolina."
When it comes to LeBron, it's a love-hate-love relationship.
But who's counting?
The views are better from there.
It’s not just an outfit, it’s a lifestyle choice.
It'll NEVER be as good.
Spoiler alert: No. No it's not.
Services are held on Friday night.
A truly valuable life skill.
If you don't who these legends are...you're not from Tennessee.
Those without a thick Southern drawl are obviously jealous.
Real men wear man glitter.
They're missing out.
Flowers are nice but flannel is warm.
Kids say the darndest (and truest) things.
Virginia is for lovers of convenience.
The next thing that happens is a real barn burner…
Sounds about right.
When you're used to frigid rain, 50 degrees is basically a heat wave.
Wisconsin cares about the important things.
"Should" and "will" are two very different things.
And people in Wyoming like it that way.