America’s Favorite Halloween Costumes By State!
via Influenster Nothing can kill a good Halloween sugar-high like running into someone with the same costume as you. But don’t worry folks, we’ve got you covered. Influenster surveyed over 40,000 people to discover the most popular Halloween costumes for each state, so you will never have to risk being one of ten Cinderellas at the office party ever again. This Halloween you can use the following statistics to shine bright like a jack-o-lantern with a totally unique costume!
25 Crazy State Laws You Didn’t Know Existed
Here’s a list of the most random, insane, funny and highly questionable state laws that (somehow) still exist. Find out what crazy law is enforced in your state… 1. In Mohave County, Arizona, if anyone is caught stealing soap, he must wash himself with it until the soap is gone. 2. In Arkansas, you’re not allowed to pronounce “Arkansas” incorrectly (ARE-kun-sa). 3. In the state of California, ostrich steaks are exempt from state sales tax.
State Facts: Did You Know?
It’s amazing how many random facts you can learn about a state. Our “Did you know?” series will take you state by state and educate you on random facts, some of which are well known (to some) and others are obscure.
The Happiest Cities in the U.S.
Think about great cities in the United States. Places such as New York, San Francisco, Atlanta and Austin may have come to mind. But are people in these “popular” cities happy? Sure, folks that live in these places are happy, but are they living in the happiest cities in the United States? Nope. Not even close.
Which State has the Worst Food, is the Craziest…?
Business Insider recently conducted a poll with more than 1,600 people to find out how Americans feel about states other than the one they call home. And the results were quite comical – all in good fun of course. What you’ll find below are the questions asked, and the results as put together by Business Insder. 1. Which state has the weirdest accent? Massachusetts has the weirdest accent. Trailing close behind are Louisiana, Alabama, Minnesota, New York and New Jersey.
100 Smartest Cities in America
Lumosity is a tech company based out of San Francisco that creates brain training exercises, and today they’ve released a study highlighting the 100 smartest cities in America. The study used 3 millions users in the U.S and ages ranged between 18 – 75. You’ll likely see a lot of college towns on the list, which might not be a huge surprise. Take a look below and see if your home made the list.
The Only State Not to Follow Daylight Savings Time
Daylight Savings Time. You either love it or hate it. But regardless, it’s highly likely that is throws your schedule out of whack twice a year. That is, unless you are the one state in the continental U.S. that doesn’t follow Daylight Savings Time. And which state is that?
Two Food Creations Courtesty of Texas
Texas is known for many things, but there are two little facts you might not know about the state. And they just so happy to be tasty facts at that.
State Fact: Wisconsin & The Ice Cream Sundae
For some reason, when I think about an ice cream sundae the first thing that comes to mind is a McDonalds Hot Fudge Sundae, with nuts of course. I guess it’s a childhood memory that has stuck in my mind. But did you know the ice cream sundae was somewhat of an organized accident? Apparently, […]