Nebraska-We aren’t all farmers.
connecticut – we aren’t all rich prep schools.
kentucky – we have shoes. AND ELECTRICITY. omg.
alabama- redneck hicks.
california – not everyone lives in LA or by the beach.
massachusetts- we’re not stupid just because we don’t pronounce the r’s at the end of our words.
rhode island – even though it exists in family guy, there is no such town called quahog. oh and we are not part of new york! and we dont all drive like we have road rage
All the women are as dumb as Sarah and we all drive sleds and live in igloos.
We have running water and grass, although we don’t have cowboys or rampaging Indians. OH, and we don’t live in ghost towns. We live in subdivisions. (NM)
Kansas- no, i do not live on a farm, and I’ve never milked a cow.
there are absolutely no stereotypes of michigan, this disappoints me
Minnesota – We don’t talk like the people in Fargo. Sure, we have a slight accent, everyone does. But we don’t tawk liiike this, ay? OH, and ‘Minnesota nice’ <—- True, for the most part… Haha. People here are painfully nice.
Louisiana – We aren’t all black
SPAIN – Not all of use wear colorful dresses and dance/sing Flamenco. In fact, I know MORE people who HATE Flamenco then people who actually DO.
South Africa- SOME OF US ARE INFACT WHITE
FLORIDA IS SUPER AWESOME!!!!!
Toronto, Ontario – I have never once heard someone pronounce the word “about” “aboot.”
France – some of us don’t wear berets, and you can’t see the eiffel tower by every window.
Sweden – very few of us are 6’3” tall, blonde and called Inga. It is an old lady name. And for the record, no, we do not sound like Victoria Silvstedt in The Boat Trip. Really. No one.
Alabama – We’re not all white trash hicks that hate people who differ from us. Sure, there are bigots here, but there are bigots everywhere.