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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by StinkusP1nkus, Apr 15, 2015.
The outlet mall in West Branch
All my college buddies that grew up in Metro Detroit always said the Zilwaukee Bridge is the line
4 is the correct answer
zilwaukee? Can you find more ways to be a worse version of Wisconsin?
#1 because was in charlevoix.
I too live in Holland but wouldve legit guessed upper peninsula
Who knew we had so many domers in Holland
His Holland is the cool Holland.
My Holland is where all the uncool Dutch people immigrated 250 years ago to found a religious colony.
Well you survived another tulip time. So kudos to you. The fucking traffic is outrageous.
Above the thumb.
This is the right answer
If you keep those lines going west I would say it is #3 in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Up North is pretty much anything north of Green Bay and I would assume it is a similar exercise with the Twin Cities which is pretty much due west of GB
I would say it's further north in Minnesota than that. I think the most common definition of "Up North" in the state is anything north of Lake Mille Lacs, which is close to line #1.
But you have Hope College
That Hope vs. Calvin basketball rivalry is fierce
My choice was #3. On trips up north, Grayling definitely felt like you were getting up there while just getting to Cadillac didn't feel TOO far away. Also, that #4 line is close to Ludington and that never felt like up north. That was just the beach!
Our lake home is in 7 so that’s as far up north as I go
We usually start the north somewhere around Indiana Pawl
Couldn’t you just go to Hawaii
This is quitter talk
See you boys July 1st
It’s like you’re purposefully skipping all of the best cities in North America.
I think they got the two biggest shitholes. Pocatello, ID and Rock Springs, WY
Japonica is pretty catchy, NGL
Not as good as Cascadia, but not bad
the bigger and dumber the truck, the more chud. we always knew this
I can't wait for the next version of this that has Tesla shifting all the way to the right side.
We gotta get our Nissan and Hyundai drivers to the polls
Mercedes and Audi don't track with my experience.
Also, there's blank one between Audi and Tesla that must be BMW
Toyota out here reuniting America
All of the Saab owners had to go somewhere
They never make it to the polls to vote, they are too busy running into medians and hitting parked cars.
Hey I was a Saab owner. Also Pontiac. I killed two brands.
If you drive an American car, you're a chud by default?
I drive a Caddilac because I'm old, but I'm only moderately chuddy, and my Hyundai wife negates me.
Chevy - fleet vehicle
Don’t see Honda (wife) on there but I’m friends with Randy Dangus amd he’s drives a Subaru so I’m cool.
I have a Telluride and an Escape so I'm basically MAGA according to this.
Mercedes being on the left has my spidey sense going off. Every Mercedes owner I've ever encountered has been a rich, entitled asshole.
it's also a great embodiment of the current political and media climate that the "middle" of the graph isn't in the middle at all.
Yeah but only one says RAM in all caps across the front
What about maroon golf?
THERE ARE TENS OF US
we’re a happy chud family with a Subaru and a Hyundai that has yet to be stolen by kids doing hoodrat shit.
Yesterday lil man called me and there were so many cops in a field with dogs searching ditches and then further down an abandoned car. Someone obviously stole it, tried to ditch something during the chase and then abandoned it to go on foot.
9/10 chance it was probably one of his friends at the rate we are going.
I'd be really curious so see this chart in other countries. In the UK, Ford is known for the Fiesta and Focus and so I imagine moves left, and VWs are more middle-management cars.