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19 Awesomely Revealing U.S. Maps You Won’t Find in a Textbook

Including Craigslist missed connections, lake-monster sightings, and states nobody can remember. (Sorry, Minnesota!)

1. The map that suggests everyone in Wisconsin is drunk right now.

More info via Flowing Data

2. As is everyone in Oregon.

More info via VinePair

3. The map that reveals every state’s top porn search.


More info here

4. The map that proves you’ve probably been to Pizza Hut.

More info here

5. The map that proves you’ve definitely been to Wal-Mart.

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6. And McDonald’s.

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7. The map that’s trying to prove…something.

More info via I Love Charts

8. The map that suggests Oklahoma singles should attend the state fair.

More info via Andrew Sullivan

9. The map that shows where you’re most likely to get struck by lightning.

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More info here

10. The map that quantifies Florida’s undying love for Rick Ross.

More info here

11. The map that shows Americans can’t agree on how to pronounce crayon

More info here

12. …or mayonnaise.

More info here

13. The map that will make you feel poor.

More info via Movoto

14. The map that will make Alaskans feel lonely.

More info here

15. The map that quantifies the invasion of cows.

More info here

16. The map that highlights lake-monster sightings.

More info via Atlas Obscura

17. The map that confirms the spread of Smith.

More info via National Geographic

18. The map that proves there are no Oakland As fans.

More info here

19. And the map that will school a lot of you on state geography (or not).

More info here

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