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2020-02-04 4:29:18 PM  
Indiana searched for 'potatoe'
 
2020-02-04 5:55:58 PM  
I can search to potato!
 
2020-02-04 6:01:05 PM  
Fondue?  What the actual fark, Kentucky?
 
2020-02-04 6:02:33 PM  
So instead of showing us the map, they wrote an article attempting to describe the map.

What the fark?
 
2020-02-04 6:06:42 PM  
While Nevada and Idaho were kinda sad, I was most disappointed that the residents of Georgia need written instructions on how to place sliced meat on bread.
 
2020-02-04 6:26:39 PM  
Wait, mouth breathers in Georgia had to look up the recipe for a farking Ham, Bologna, and Turkey sub??????

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2020-02-04 6:27:09 PM  
Anyone search for queso?
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2020-02-04 6:30:03 PM  
Repeat.  At least the earlier version had a map.
 
2020-02-04 6:30:27 PM  

Stormin Gorman: So instead of showing us the map, they wrote an article attempting to describe the map.

What the fark?


But they made you click on a Fox News article.
 
2020-02-04 6:49:31 PM  
 
2020-02-04 6:57:55 PM  
Whoever made this "poll" must have asked 4-5 y/o's in Georgia.  Bolonga yeah no.  My 4-5 y/o nieces love that gross stuff though.
 
2020-02-04 6:59:32 PM  
Awfully proud of Montana though.
 
2020-02-04 7:03:04 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Awfully proud of Montana though.


Oh yeah, that's a winner! Two home runs by mother nature colliding in wondrous awesomeness!
 
2020-02-04 7:08:10 PM  
Nachos are a side dish?
 
2020-02-04 7:22:18 PM  
In fairness to the people of Nevada, they were looking up counting techniques.
 
2020-02-04 7:56:29 PM  

Stormin Gorman: So instead of showing us the map, they wrote an article attempting to describe the map.

What the fark?


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/"The New York Post is like talking to someone who heard the news, and now you're just trying to get the gist..."
 
2020-02-04 8:02:38 PM  
Oregon's got the right idea. There's nothing I want to serve to large numbers of drunk people in an enclosed space more than a hot bowl of dairy and seafood.
 
2020-02-04 8:03:05 PM  
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/  I dislike BI, but I do prefer maps plus a list
 
2020-02-04 8:07:31 PM  
I can understand Wisconsin searching for chili recipes ("my goodness, Madge, all that flavor") but Texas searching for chili is sad.
 
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2020-02-04 8:08:22 PM  
Chili is stored on an all beef dog with onion and mustard. That's it.
 
2020-02-04 8:08:40 PM  
Don't blame potato on me, we made buffalo chicken dip for the first time. It was damn good.
 
2020-02-04 8:43:30 PM  
The ones that surprise me most are Idaho searching potato, Florida searching shrimp and Texas searching Chili.  I would assume everyone in those states was born knowing how to cook their respective top searches.  I'm encouraged that Wisconsin is searching Chili, though, as around here what passes for home-made chili is usually just ground beef and macaroni soup.
 
2020-02-04 8:53:37 PM  

Cyber Duck: The ones that surprise me most are Idaho searching potato, Florida searching shrimp and Texas searching Chili.  I would assume everyone in those states was born knowing how to cook their respective top searches.  I'm encouraged that Wisconsin is searching Chili, though, as around here what passes for home-made chili is usually just ground beef and macaroni soup.


When your license plates say "famous potatoes" there really is no excuse
 
2020-02-04 10:21:38 PM  

phrawgh: Indiana searched for 'potatoe'


Potahtoe.
 
2020-02-05 12:25:50 AM  

Cyber Duck: The ones that surprise me most are Idaho searching potato, Florida searching shrimp and Texas searching Chili.  I would assume everyone in those states was born knowing how to cook their respective top searches.  I'm encouraged that Wisconsin is searching Chili, though, as around here what passes for home-made chili is usually just ground beef and macaroni soup.


NV and ID could be people searching for funeral potatoes...maybe they're not LDS, they tasted the dish, and now that must have it.

It's hard to go wrong with potatoes, cheese and butter.
 
2020-02-05 3:52:50 AM  

JasonOfOrillia: In fairness to the people of Nevada, they were looking up counting techniques.


Nuh-uh! We count beans here. Then we laugh as the children shove them up their noses.
 
2020-02-05 6:29:44 PM  

Axeofjudgement: Cyber Duck: The ones that surprise me most are Idaho searching potato, Florida searching shrimp and Texas searching Chili.  I would assume everyone in those states was born knowing how to cook their respective top searches.  I'm encouraged that Wisconsin is searching Chili, though, as around here what passes for home-made chili is usually just ground beef and macaroni soup.

When your license plates say "famous potatoes" there really is no excuse


It's worth paying the extra money to get a specialty plate, if only to avoid that slogan.
 
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