Americans are obsessed about costs, some more than others because they are conservative about how they spend their money. Thanks to technology and the internet, it is a lot easier to find the price of a certain item than it was back in your parent’s days. Nowadays, when you’re wondering what the price of an item or service is, you think to yourself, “it’s worth a Google.”
So what exactly is each state cost obsessed with? The guys over at Fixr researched the autocomplete predictions of search queries for each state and these are the results:
It’s refreshing to see that the states of Alabama and Florida have an obsession with seeing how much an abortion costs given that the majority of each state’s population shouldn’t even reproduce to begin with. Seriously, Florida is like half retirees, and the rest is a mix of idiots, guys who gel their hair so much that it can be used as a legitimate weapon, and girls who are as fake as your sister’s childhood Barbie doll.
What shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone is that Nevada is obsessed with wanting to know how much a prostitute costs. When you take a stroll through Vegas, you’re handed prostitute cards about every two steps. No word though on how many searches are appropriated to married men wanting to know the price of a nice escort.
Last takeaway comes from Alaska. You guys serious right now? A gallon of milk? Do you not go to the grocery store once a week or what? Is it literally so cold that you forget how much you last spent on a gallon of milk? Get your head out of your ass and start searching how much it costs to shed Sarah Palin’s name from being associated with your state..