“These maps contain 20,262 unique words, based on the analysis of online dating profiles from 19,095,414 single Americans.
“Each word appears in the place it’s used more frequenlty than anywhere else in the country.
“Singles data taken from:
“match.com | lavalife.com | plentyoffish.com | chemistry.com | okcupid.com | nerve.com | eharmony.com | singlesnet.com | perfectmatch.com | friendfinder.com | great-expectations.com | americansingles.com | date.com | christianmingle.com | gay.com | blacksingles.com | jdate.com | amor.com | asiafriendfinder.com
alt.com | collarme.com” [source]
oh, the poor folks in south dakota (click on images for LARGER versions):
compare the singles in alaska — “outdoorsy, flirt, awestruck, eskimo, moose, (ego?)” …
… with the ones in san francisco — “compulsive, masochistic, obsess, wackiness”:
myself? i’m movin’ to nebraska! any state where the people are interested in “meat” and “steaks” is alright by me! (altho, i’m a bit dubious about the word “teetotaler” there in nebraska. in that regard, wisconsin is obviously the state for me!):
previously: der bollenhut!
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