Wisconsin might be the only place where you can go to a drive-thru to fulfill your cheese fix. And don’t forget to wash it down with some cold beer. Residents of Wisconsin are very particular about their cheese quality so make sure you don’t say anything bad.
Or you will regret it. Not to mention the fact that this state is, unexpectedly, home to one of the most successful football teams in recent memory. No small thanks to the one and only Tom Brady. But at least they pay homage to the real MVP of Wisconsin, the cheese, in their green and yellow jerseys.
Nothing screams the South quite like the exhilarating experience of an afternoon at the NASCAR race tracks. The air is filled with the deafening roar of engines and the electrifying cheers of passionate fans. It's a place where legends are made, and no driver is more iconic than the legendary number 3, Dale Earnhardt.
As the cars whiz past at blistering speeds, the crowd erupts in a symphony of support, wearing their hearts on their sleeves. From the scent of burning rubber to the sight of colorful flags waving proudly, NASCAR embodies the soul of the South, capturing its vibrant culture and spirit.
In Wyoming, other commuters are the least of your worries when trying to get to work. Instead, you need to make way for a lot of buffalo. A lot. Check out their biggest traffic jam of the century.
These bad boys had no problem holding back hundreds of vehicles and were all worried they were going to lose their jobs because of some bovine troublemakers. But when your boss, and their boss, and their bosses, are all stuck in the same buffalo-caused traffic jam on the way to work, it's safe to say that no one's getting fired today. Also, it's snowing like crazy.
Michigan is basically covered in this white stuff for a large portion of the year. And it isn’t what you think it is. It’s actually a very strong white salt that is used on the roads in the winter to melt the snow. Pretty clever, if you ask us.
But what it also does is damage your car’s undercarriage. We can only imagine what it’s doing to the people there. And the elephant ears they chow down on at state fairs are definitely not helping their cause. But hey, "American Pie" is set in Michigan - East Grand Rapids, specifically. And the weather looked pretty good in that movie.
West Virginia (Part 2)
Could a photo be any more West Virginian? We're not sure if that's even possible. In the aftermath of a flood, a determined lady triumphantly holds up a freshly caught trout she reeled in from the street itself. If we can learn anything from this image, it's that the people of West Virginia are extremely resilient. But that's not all, they are very resourceful.
If a meteorite was to hit the Earth tomorrow, it would be the Mountain State residents who would be the best at adapting to the extreme conditions. We would go as far as saying that West Virginians are forces of nature in their own right. Oh country roads...