I thought this was a map of the US by some European, then I checked the description and was like "OH"
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, as someone close to the nasty nati, this is fairly accurate.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, HI-OOOO!!
I kinda want one of these for every state
@Hank da Tank, agreed. Most especially Alabama, Florida, and Texas. The first two because it'd be interesting to see how well it lines up with stereotypes, the last one because it might as well be it own country with how big it is.
@Hank da Tank, Kentucky would sure be a fun one, based off my experiences there.
@WhoseLineIsItAnyway, as a resident of Kentucky, I think that would be fun. We have places like Louisville, Fort Knox, and Lexington; but then we also have places like Big Bone Lick in Boone county.
@Hank da Tank, Missouri: meth and terrible drivers
Source: me, because I live here
@wtninja, haha Big Bone Lick. I’m still laughing
@Dudeliness, I remember the first time I passed that road sign. As an early teen, I must have laughed about it for hours!
make the same for indiana, but its just a spiral of corn, trains, and meth.
@Draconis, same for Illinois, minus meth plus slums and heroin
Little Detroit 4 life
Hey! That corn area also has soybeans.
@WeAreVenom, Crop rotation is important for soil quality.
Yeah. I live in South east Ohio and this is spot on
@pizza eater, I'm right about the bottom of the v in west Virginia lol
its is almost impossible to find space between two towns in Ohio that isn't filled with corn or more town. so many farm animals and they are just as amazing the third time this hour.
Ah, Ohio. A place so terrible a bunch of people who grew up there wanted to leave the planet.
@Pvt BB Ghanoush, or join the military
As a former Ohio University student, I love the accuracy of its description. Had a philosophy professor there who looked and acted like he was plucked straight out of Woodstock
@Fluffle Puff, I graduated in 2007, was he the guy that thought philosophy 101?
@Zorb, Yes, I took that class with him. The professor's surname was Lent if that sounds familiar
I’ve live in bowling green, Athens and Dayton oh most of my life. This is pretty darn accurate. Oh and I make maps for a living!
@Zorb, what is that blue section with "pilots" supposed to represent in the southwest?
@PacificaPelican, there's a huge airforce base and the aviation museum
@cuppcake, ah that makes sense
@PacificaPelican, Dayton oh, birthplace of the wright brothers as well
Im calling bs on summit county. Not rust belt. Old rubber factories, meth, heroin, sure. Rust belt means old iron foundries and there isnt one in the whole county.
As someone who lived in OH for a year, that map is just about as accurate as it looks!
I don’t mean to offend anyone but OH sounds like a hole
I was born in Lima and this is painfully accurate.
Anyone else from Mahoning??
@Hairy the Lover, I am...and it is painfully accurate
@cuppcake, me and my family had to leave due to the mob. The town was run by them, even mayor that was killed by the tractor way back was in the mob.
As a former Ohio resident, I can confirm. I will say however, that I loved Ohio.
I'm somewhere in the corn zone.
As an Ohioan, this is DAMN correct.
Why pilots? Not from the states here
@phalcon , Dayton is where the Wright Brothers lived when they built their first airplane and currently there is a US Air Force base and museum there.
Ill make one for Wisconsin!