50 States Summed Up in One Photo
Each state in America has a certain culture associated with it. It’s amazing how so many different cultures can make up one united country. These hilarious photos pretty much sum up each state and what it is known for.
People think Alabama is full of trailers and people sporting the Confederate flag. Looks like it’s true.
Alaska has the most wildernesses in any state. It’s probably pretty common to see two bears going at it in the middle of the road.
The dry hot air in Arizona makes it a prime location for large forest fires.
Arkansas? More like Anarchy.
California is known for their beautiful beaches, lovely weather, and of course the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Colorado is full of gorgeous mountains and some pretty interesting people.
Connecticut is known for being on the coastline of America as well as having very high taxes. It’s not a cheap state to live in.
The only thing Delaware has going for them is that they were the first state of our country.
You’ve got retired people, Disney and Universal attractions, beaches, and well this.
Georgia may have juicy and delicious peaches, but they definitely don’t have a great education system.
It’s a risk living in Hawaii. A volcano can erupt at any moment.
Other than being known for their potatoes, Idaho is also known for its hospitality.
When people think of Illinois they think of Chicago. They always forget about the farms there.
Indiana is full of Bible Thumpers who can’t help but put people down.
Other than this Pepsi vending machine, there is nothing in Iowa.
Kansas always looks like it’s in an apocalyptic movie with all of their storms and tornados.
They love two things in Kentucky; mint juleps and horses.
People are fearless in Louisiana. This is just another day of hunting for dinner.
Maine always gets pummeled with snow during the winter. This is what they look like for half of the year.
You can find almost anything in Old Bay flavoring in Maryland.
The one slang word that comes from Massachusetts is “wicked.” It’s typically used to describe their winter storms.
This is a slap in the face to Michigan’s politicians. If you can’t tell, that’s a manure spreader on that pedestal.
Minnesota is really just a state full of snowmen drinking beer.
The people in Mississippi really take advantage of that river.
This sign is both ironic and untruthful. Missouri floods, a lot.
Out in Montana, the people get friendly with bears and even invite them over for BBQs sometimes.
Apparently there are no rest stops in Nebraska.
Nevada is more than just Las Vegas. It’s a desert, but there is more land than just Vegas.
New Hampshire is a state full of people who are die-hard Dunkin’ fans.
If you watch Jersey Shore, you know exactly what New Jersey is like.
New Mexico is known for its delicious food and extremely daring hot sauce.
Even the critters in New York are ruthless.
This just about sums up what North Carolina is like.
Guns and hockey, that’s all this state needs to be happy.
Even the residents of Ohio are aware that it’s one of the lamest states in the country. Why would anyone go to Ohio?
Oklahoma is home to both earthquakes and tornadoes, therefore inventing the quakenado.
When all of the hipsters needed a place to go, they all flocked to Oregon.
Those darn Amish are always making headlines in Pennsylvania.
They make their lobsters duel before cooking them for dinner.
In South Carolina, nobody knows how to dress for the beach and they think the Civil War is still going on.
Leave the horse and ride a jack rabbit.
Apparently there are some pretty strange looking people in Tennessee who like to run half naked.
Forget about gas stations, in Texas they have horse fueling stations.
Utah is the birthplace of Mormonism. You can tell by the car stickers you find there.
If you don’t bleed maple syrup, are you even from Vermont?
Virginia is laden with criminals who don’t know how to spell and are not very smart.
The birthplace of Starbucks is always one step ahead of the trends.
The people of West Virginia sure do know how to multitask.
If you love snow and cold weather, then Wisconsin is the place for you.
Don’t expect to find a rest stop while driving in Wyoming.