Visit Massachusetts to experience a “wicked stawm.” And while you’re at it, why don’t you “pawk your caw in Hawvard Yawd?” This photo is making us want to just kick back, put some popcorn in the microwave and fire up that classic Martin Scorsese flick “The Departed.”
Those accents, the culture of Boston, everything about it is so “icawnic.” You can also enjoy frequent bad weather and horrible accents in Massachusetts. They do have a good football team going for them though. In fact, they also have a very good baseball team. Heck, it’s a pretty good state for sports. Living in this state certainly has its ups and downs.
Minnesota (Part 2)
The only sun this state is getting is a cold bottle of Sunny D from the fridge. Come to Minnesota to freeze your butt off and to sit by one of its 10,000 lakes. Or, you can play some tennis on an ice skating rink, creating the hybrid sport - Ice Tennis - or Ten-ice, as we like to say.
Remember when Marshall Eriksen in "How I Met Your Mother" played "bask-ice-ball" with his family in St. Claud, Minnesota? Similar deal. The only state where people go outside on a snowy day to catch some vitamin D. The sun is so rare there that people probably think it’s an alien invasion when it comes.
Michigan (Part 2)
With freezing temperatures for a large percentage of the year and basically a war zone in Detroit 100% of the year...You better make sure you come ready with your army truck and roadkill. To be honest, this looks more like one of the vehicles out of a "Mad Max" movie than a typical car to come out of Detroit.
We can imagine Eminem getting a real kick out of this photo and maybe even writing a rap from it. "I'll skin your farm animals, and put their pelts on my Cadillac, drive around at night in downtown Detroit, it's phenomenal." Will the real Detroit crazies, please stand up?!
Maryland (Part 2)
This sign is welcoming you to Maryland where car fires are widespread. They might as well have written on the darn sign: "Welcome to Hell, folks!" Don’t you want to visit? Ask somebody in Virginia and Pennsylvania and they’ll tell you Marylanders don’t know how to drive.
From the picture, we have an understanding of why. And funnily enough, a car did explode in one of the episodes of HBO's "The Wire," which takes place in Baltimore, Maryland, of all places. We don't think this is the same car, but it is a strange coincidence, to say the very least.
Maine (Part 2)
This guy looks pretty depressed to live in Maine. Apparently, there is not much to do there but float on ice, fish, and drink beer. We can understand that floating out there in the Atlantic is better than life in Maine. Do you know who would get a kick out of this photo?
That's right folks, Portland, Maine native himself, Stephen King. We bet he could write an entire novel based on this photo. We see it now, the man who was stuck on an ice island in the middle of a lake in Castle Rock. Spoiler alert: he finally jumps to reach salvation, but fails miserably.