Most of us have been stuck at home these past six months due to the quarantine, and as such, have had plenty of time to scour the internet.
Zippia.com recently put together a map of each state's most interesting Google searches this quarantine, and some of the results are surprising, to say the least.
In the list of what we would call hobbies, they want to learn to "Cross-stitch" in Kansas, "DIY patio" in New Hampshire, "Build a chicken coop" in Maine, and have a "Virtual book club" in Massachusetts.
Some of the foods states are searching for are "Chicken nuggets" in Oklahoma, "Little Debbie cakes" in Arkansas, "Banana bread" in Hawaii, and "Hot wings" in Wyoming.
And then we have Missouri. Missouri's top Google search this quarantine? "Meth recipe."
In Texas, we're "having trouble sleeping," while California is obsessing over "Cool Zoom backgrounds," and Floridians are trying to figure out "How to sleep at work." Meanwhile, South Dakota is trying to figure out "How to move to Canada."