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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by StinkusP1nkus, Apr 15, 2015.
In bird culture, this is considered a dick move.
Is French Guiana shaded black because France had been invaded or were there really Nazis occupying a country* in South America?
*And I'm talking about during WWII, not Paraguay in 1971.
That went by too fast for me to appreciate wtf is going on
It’s perfect. Thanks.
They got one for interstates?
I just kept missing the beginning and wish there was a restart button.
Interstates laid out like a subway map
go home I-85, you're drunk
85?!? Check out the debacle that is the 44-55-94 crap. Chaos!
Florida cake LMAO
Baked chicken breasts and gluten free pretzels are embarrassing
What about turkey chili
Beans or no beans is the question
Also Vegan cheesy bacon spinach dip fucking really Nevada
Honey, the game’s coming on soon...is the pea and peppercorn mash ready?
Hey Steve, can you pass the baked chicken breasts?
At my house we just make a pan of meat and throw it on the floor and eat it like dogs
I like your style Maine.
Mississippi eating granola is very confusing
NEVER in my life have I ever seen Chicken Noodle soup at a super bowl party. where the hell do lists like this get their data?
I just cant....paella?
I’d kill for that to be on my menu
I like it, but wow at being one of the most popular things being served at Maine SB parties.
Pizza doesn’t qualify as a snack imo
I like to drag my slice of pizza through a nice pea and peppercorn mash before consuming
The tweet text is misleading click bait. It plainly says that those are the "most popular Super Bowl Snacks in Every State". The actual chart says right on it, that it's actually just "Uniquely searched Super Bowl foods, by state" whatever the hell that means.
GLuten free pretzels I've had taste better than regular pretzels.
Someone has never had a cake from Publix
I think if one person in the U.S. searches for something, whichever state they're in has an infinitely higher proportion of people searching for something than any other state, so whatever that person is searching for could end up on a map like this.
Searching for chicken noodle soup during flu season? Must be for their super bowl party.
That’s not what it is. It is “uniquely searched terms”. So Maine disproportionately searches for paella as a Super Bowl food compares to the rest of the country.
They do this with Halloween candy and porn genres and all sorts of stuff. It’s stupid as shit but it puts labels on states so it’s free money for the sites who post it.
Agree on the beautiful mountains. Drove from Arkansas to DC last year. Breathtaking from east Tennessee on up through VA.
There is actually a town in Virginia called Farmville and it is not that big. I should know since I used to live there.
That’s a great story.
I didn’t have a clue Virginia had dismal swamp. I’d like to see every state divided up like this....internet make it happen
Yeah the Great Dismal Swamp is pretty huge and is neat.
Do Eastern Shore Virginians get all riled up whenever they're left off a map, or are they pretty much used to it by now?
All 6 of them are furious!!
best I can do on short notice
Bottom right is the most accurate
I have a feeling the orange area is too small
Tennessee needs this map
This is actually really accurate.