British Tries To Guess What All 50 American States Are Famous For And They’re Hilarious
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What are Americans famous for? Rodeo in Texas and Uncle Sam of Kentucky. Some states became a trending topic thanks to pop culture references. But other than those moments, even Americans themselves mostly don’t know what every single state is famous for.
A British person decided to take up a challenge for himself. How much can he guess about what every state in the USA is famous for? Without the help of the one and only Google, he embarked on a series of questioning.
Alphabetically, he started guessing from Alabama to Wyoming.
He admits that “to the best of my knowledge” was his way to say based on the that show/movie.
Some people think the USA has 52 states by including DC and Puerto Rico. The flag of the United States has 50 stars, one for each state. Alaska and Hawaii were the last two states to join in 1959. The U.S. Embassy in England has a list of the states of the US along with information regarding those locations.
Vermont, along with Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island make up New England. It was named by English explorer John Smith!
But they are no more similar to the England country than any other states, aside from their name.