Sweet home Alabama, sees the perfect day as relaxing on the water. This guy had a pretty creative way of turning a simple beach chair into a flotation device. With a beer in one hand and a fishing rod in the other you’ve got the yourself the perfect Alabaman day!
Idaho is famous for being the land of potatoes and wow, we have to say, this potato definitely delivers. Just imagine how many french fries you could get out of that baby?
It’s difficult to believe but these Alaskans weren’t too bothered it seemed, when two grizzly bears decided to settle an argument in the middle of a highway. The 49th state is known for its abundant grizzly population. That is a lot of road rage!
Unfortunately, this state is prone to dangerous forest fires. The hot, and dry landscape is the perfect climate for things to get a little too heated, so much so that this hilarious sign warned passersby that even a little gas could have disastrous consequences.
From the women to the idyllic beaches, there are so many reasons to love the state of California. Californians know a lot of things, but these beachgoers know nothing about the grey of winter. It’s sunshine from here on out!
Colorado is known for its fresh air, smiling faces and its inhabitants warm sense of humor. Just take a look at this hiker’s attire – not exactly what you’d expect for a mountain climb.
Each state has its own rules but fining kids for some light-hearted pebble skimming seems like an overreaction to us. And let’s not mention the ‘Beware of Attack Seagull’ sign. Some people will got any lengths to protect their sail boat…
Famous for its “home of tax-free shopping” and its caramel popcorn, Delaware is the small state with a big heart. Fun fact: it was the very first state to accept the constitution!
Now this a die-hard gator fan. This guy seems to epitomize the stereotype that gators wear jean shorts. With his blonde mullet, Tim Tebow tattoo and little denim shorts, this guy is the poster boy of the sunshine state.
Just like Ray Charles, we’re fans of Georgia. Home to Usher, James Brown and ATL, the peach state seems to produce some talented folk. Sadly, this guy didn’t pass English and failed miserably while writing this sign. You’re missing an ‘A’, buddy.
The Aloha State is not only known for its pristine islands, the 50th state is also home to numerous active volcanoes. Seems like this school bus suffered a terrifying fate and has since been preserved in volcanic ash. Talk about an event-filled ride to school…
Arkansas is home to more than a few hunting enthusiasts, but this guy seemed to take his leisure activity to a whole new level. Forget your camouflage gear, why not hunt from the safety of your very own hot tub?
Illinois has a particularly high crime rate, especially in Chicago. The murder rate has soared higher than Los Angeles and twice as much as New York. But they have the Cubs!
The great mid-western state of Indiana is the 38th largest state with a population 6.5 million people. This restaurant might have wanted to advertise that they sell food and gas, not food that will give you gas. Who knows?
Iowa is a great state but we’re not sure this rest stop will be that alluring to passing drivers. Forget gas and a hearty meal, fancy a Pepsi?
When you think of Kansas, it’s difficult not to think of Dorothy and her ruby red slippers. One of the greatest scenes in the movie classic features a pretty nasty tornado. The Sunflower state actually suffers from over 50 tornadoes a year!
You’ve probably tried Kentucky Fried Chicken but have you ever nibbled on a chickun wing? We’ll forgive any spelling error to get our hands on some fried chicken!
The swamp lands of Louisiana were made famous by the hit reality TV show Duck Dynasty (click here for the Dynasty clan’s sauciest secrets). It seems that Louisiana natives are not afraid of anything, even a live gator. This definitely is one way to keep a baby entertained.
Folks from Maine are all about enjoying the simple things in life. Forget a sail boat, who needs it when you’ve got a block of ice, a fishing rod and a six pack of Bud Light?
Maryland is renowned for having the worst drivers. This densely-populated state welcomed its guest with none other than a flaming car wreck. At least this was one of the more memorable state greetings.
The snow might be thick in Massachusetts but it seems the accents are thicker. Forget storms, this state has stawms!
The Great Lakes State is where more than a few hunters call home. Looks like this guy took his love roadkill to a whole other level.
We can safely say that The “land of ten thousand lakes” is not our first choice when it comes to a summer holiday. Minnesota is one of the coldest states, but at least they have a sense of humor.
Mississippians sure do know how to fire up a good grill and cook up some tasty meat. However, it is one of the worst states for obesity, and even worse for health-care!
It seems the state of Missouri takes the saying go big or go home pretty seriously, even the school buses look like monster trucks.
The “land of the shining mountains” boasts a beautiful landscape and some pretty incredible wildlife. This guy got up close and personal with one of the state’s more furry inhabitants.
The Cornhusker State is the place of the pit stops for truck drivers. Not exactly the most private of pit stops…
Nevada is a proud state welcoming the humblest of people from all walks of life. You’re sure to meet many a gambler, prostitute, and drinker here, but lobsters? Forget about it!
New Hampshire is notorious for being a White state, not a stereotype, but for the White Mountains. It is also home to the great comedian Adam Sandler.
‘Cabs are here!’ Shows like The Jersey Shore really put this state on the map. The gym, tan and laundry loving, guidos made us all want to pay this state a visit. Our personal favorite local is Cake Boss, the baking genius who’s bakery sees snaking queues every morning for one of his home-made authentic Italian Cannolis.
The state is clearly home to many car enthusiasts with a passion for the low riders. However, they are very exclusive.
The famous “Pizza Rat” who made his crowd-winning debut on Youtube in 2015, not only became a viral sensation. He may be internet famous, but do you really want your state mascot to be a pizza-stealing rat?
Home to the Blue Ridge Mountains, a drive through this state is said to be breathtakingly beautiful. You’ll also find some delicious BBQ and refreshing sweet tea. But according to this sign it might be home to a few dyslexic municipal workers.
Dakotans are passionate about two things: Guns, and ice hockey. If you don’t find a North Dakotan beside an hockey rink, they’re probably in church.
The keg bicycle is the genius invention of good old Oklahomans. Who needs wheels when you have beer?
It seems Ohio locals will use any excuse to have some fun – even an open casket funeral.
Think you’ve seen a real hipster? Think again. Portland Oregon locals are all about homemade headgear and veganism. This guy sure seems to take his writing pretty seriously. Does that thing come with wifi?
Welcome to the land of the Amish! They might be conservative but they love a good hobby.
Even though Rhode Island is the smallest of all the states, the state is known for its scrumptious seafood. It seems the state has another interesting characteristic, their lobsters know how to sword fight.
Women from the Palmetto State have got balance down to a fine art.
To the State of South Dakota, where buffalos roam young, wild and free, and Mount Rushmore brings people from far and wide.
Tennessee college football fans get a hard time, due to the fact that they hardly win. Yet the loyal followers stay strong and supportive and are always dressed to impress.
This might actually be a pretty common sight at a Texan drive-thru. At least he doesn’t have to pay for gas.
In Utah, Mormonism and polygamy are two the states most-loved interests. Just take this guy, he doesn’t just have one wife to worry about, he’s got five. Their marital bed must be pretty big…
Vermont is home to many moose and even more hippies. People from Vermont are very pretty easy-going, they just want to be in nature, take a swim and eat maple syrup.
Some Virginians are stuck in a time warp and it seems are a little confused. They still think that the Civil War is very much alive.
There are have been numerous reported Bigfoot sightings around the state. This may have something to do with the state’s legalization of marijuana.
Nothing says West Virgina quite like a pick up truck, a shirtless hillbilly and an impressive mullet.
The largest city in the state, Milwaukee, is situated right by Lake Michigan. This boat owner got creative. Who needs a tow truck when you’ve gut this invention?
If you like beef jerky, you’ve hit gold. The locally made meat is delicious. These bison better watch out or they’ll be taking a trip to the nearest butcher shop.