So, if you are a CHEESE HEAD then you may get a kick out of this.
Apparently, residents of ‘Sconsin are Googling “how to spell Massachusetts” into Google search more often than any other word.
I get it. I usually cop out and Say “Mass” or let google auto suggest take it away. I’ll type something like “Massachu” and wait for Auto Suggest to suggest something that looks reasonable.
What did we do before we had Auto Suggest and Google trends to tell us how bad we have gotten at spelling?
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Check out a bit of the original article here-
Google Trends, possessor of all knowledge in the world, released a map showing the most looked up “how to spell _____” word in each state of the U.S. If you have trouble spelling pneumonia or beautiful, you’re not alone, because people in a few different states had trouble with those words. If you have trouble spelling Wisconsin, on the other hand, you just might be from Wisconsin.
People in Arkansas had the most trouble with chihuahua, while Louisiana struggled with giraffes. A few states wondered about hallelujah and maintenance, while Georgia (probably) wanted to know, is it “gray” or “grey”? Virginia’s was “delicious,” while Pennsylvania’s was sauerkraut. And supercalifragilisticexpialidocious showed up more than once.
New Mexico had the most trouble spelling banana, showing that they must not listen to a lot of Gwen Stefani.
New Hampshire, on the other hand, didn’t know how to spell diarrhea, which raises some questions about just what exactly is going on in that state.
And don’t feel too bad, Wisconsin: in 2016, the most commonly looked up spelling in the state of Massachusetts was for the word Massachusetts.
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