Who would your state be like?
Each state has its own stereotype. Not to say that every citizen of that state fits the stereotype, but it’s a fairly accurate (sometimes insulting and usually hilarious) generalization.
One man decided to take these stereotypes and use them to determine what type of bar patron each state would be. The results are truly entertaining. Keep reading to learn who your native state would be and any other state you love… or don’t love.
South Carolina, Texas, Arkansas, California, Alaska and Nebraska
South Carolina is an overly drunk guy in his mid-twenties, wearing preppy pastel clothes, a sports jacket, and pants with little boats embroidered on them. He is talking about what he is going to do with his family’s old money to anyone who listens and drinking an Old Fashioned.
Texas is singing karaoke about how great Texas is.
Arkansas is drinking straight whiskey and asking people if they want to arm wrestle to prove how manly they are.
California is constantly buying drinks for others, yet has failing kidneys from lack of hydration.
Alaska and Nebraska would be 20 drinks in before even showing up to the bar.
Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Connecticut
Colorado is a beautiful, perfectly athletic couple wearing all Patagonia, drinking craft beer, and talking about their last mountaineering trip. All with an air of aloofness.
Florida is drinking moonshine while riding an alligator through the orange groves to the local Publix.
Idaho is drinking Keystone Light and pretending they are part of the South.
Connecticut is a rich white woman sipping a martini, silently judging all the other states.
Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii
Delaware is that guy who hangs around the outside of the New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey friend-circle, taking occasional sips from his Yuengling. He is mostly being ignored, except when New York has to go past him to get to the bar.
Georgia will be drinking bud light, wearing a UGA trucker hat, tortoise Costa Del Mar sunglasses with croakies, a solid colored Polo shirt, and questionably short shorts with a UGA belt. He drives a Z71 with a UGA license plate frame and a Browning decal in the rear window (even though he only went hunting twice, in Jr High). He went to Valdosta State University, and he works in his dad’s local business.
Hawaii is alone in a corner of the bar, drinking a cocktail from a coconut.