Oklahoma’s high college-dropout rate may not be surprising, considering the state’s love of alcohol. But at least they recycle it in the most resourceful way possible. Here we present you with – the keg bike. Plus, if you’re going to live in a state with little to do, you might as well make your own fun!
Rumor has it that this is actually Oklahoma native Bill Hader dressed up as a homeless guy. He’s filming an upcoming comedy titled, “I Beg for the Keg.” The real question you need to answer yourself though is, are we actually telling the truth? The only way to answer this question is to look it up online. Either that or just move on to the next state.
North Carolina may not be known for its quality school systems, but hey, they do have some great cigarette companies. It’s just probably not the place you want to send your children to get a proper education. But if we're going to be completely honest, all we can think of when we hear the name of this state is the classic song by the rapper Petey Pablo.
It goes a little something like, "North Carolina, come on and raise up! Take your shirt off, twist it around your head, spin it like a helicopter!" Great, now we can't get that little ditty out of our heads!
If this photo doesn't perfectly summarize North Dakota, we don't know what will. Against the backdrop of picturesque countryside, a sign steals the spotlight, its message both profound and lighthearted. In bold capital letters, it declares, "Prayer is the best way to meet the Lord, 'Trespassing is faster.'"
This clever juxtaposition humorously reflects the values of the state, where faith and a touch of irreverent humor coexist. North Dakota's serene landscapes are laden with similar signs displaying a rare mix of dark humor, heartfelt devotion, and a dash of wit. This image invites contemplation while embracing the state's unique spirit.
This West Coast state has developed a reputation for being a bit of a hipster mecca, most notably in the city of Portland. But in all seriousness though, Oregon may possibly be home to some of the biggest weirdos around, and apparently the most hipster of the hipsters.
Check out this guy who pretty much sums up perfectly what it means to be from Portland. He's dressed in hemp from head to toe. That beanie is just too funky for its own good, and he's writing a short story on the bus, on a typewriter. Seriously, who on earth uses a typewriter these days?! The answer is hippies from Portland.
Pennsylvania has a huge population of Amish people, which obviously contributed to the popularity of extreme sports in the state. Pictured here is an Amish girl getting her rollerblading on. She’s probably on her way to jumping out of an airplane with her siblings.
But in all seriousness, maybe she is starting off her Rumspringa. You know, the rite of passage in which a young Amish person leaves the community to abandon their way of life before deciding whether or not they want to return. It checks out in this photo. She even started to take off her Amish attire.