Top Ten Ways to Annoy People In Certain States of the United StatesSo, this is my first of a new series of lists on ways to annoy people of different parts of the world. This may be a controversial series. It is stereotypical, so do not assume all the stereotypes are true.
Idaho is known well for growing the nation's potatoes, and we often see "Idaho Potatoes" on labels of potato bags.
Wisconsin is pretty much the staple of cheese in the US.
It's sad how many people think Michigan is a bad place because of Detroit's reputation, but the state is actually a safe place other than parts of Detroit and Flint.
Anywhere you go, this is escalating quickly.
The Ohio State University and Michigan (Colors are blue and maize/CORN) are bitter rivals.
Oh yeah that would annoy us Ohioans alright.
As a man born Ohioan, that is true.
It's a hard name to pronounce at first, but it is not pronounced "Our Kansas".
I'm from Arkansas and I joked arounded and said our Kansas.
No I have never been bitten by an alligator
I'm pretty sure that visitors FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY will be annoyed by this...
Wow. Didn't get that at first, but after reading it a few times- this is funny!
Hannah Montana, the Disney show that Miley Cyrus starred in, get it
Ha Ha Ha! If I come to Montana I might definitely say that!
I'm not going to explain any more.
Due to its geographic position.
Fact is that this is the fattest state on average. "Coal" could loosely translate as "food" for them.
The state with the most coal will be very upset with you.
Two stereotypes into one. Viola.
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HAHAA this was actually too much!
I'm sorry, this is just the lamest pun that I've concocted for a while.
You'll manage to offend people from Pittsburgh or Philadelphia with that statement.
Ha we Pennsylvanians do get triggered by that, although I still think New York and Boston are worse.
Those farmers will tell you that your fruit will soon be bruised beyond repair.
They grow tons of fruit.
Vice versa. However, Cali is better because there's beaches you can actually swim in, amusement parks, good weather, and more
St. Louis has had a couple of NBA franchises over the years.