The majority of the states in the United States are completely boring and irrelevant. Trying to imagine somebody actually living there gives me the creeps, let alone somebody actually trying to do something fun like a date there...
Each state comes with its crazy stereotypes, including what couples likely do for a date in that state. While some of them may seem harsh, they're all surprisingly true.
I imagine the ideal date in Alabama being people sitting on their front porches wearing plaid shirts and overalls absolutely devouring some fried chicken and a side of corn on the cob.
The only possible date option in this state would be to completely freeze your ass off climbing a mountain or something. Sounds miserable, but it is cuddle weather, I guess.
There is absolutely nothing to do in this state besides be miserably hot and sweaty. A cute date idea might be sitting in the middle of the desert and seeing who sweats more and passes out first.
Arkansas has got to be the most boring and irrelevant state of all time. There is literally nothing there besides crazy amounts of fields and prisons. My ideal Arkansas date would be star tipping in a giant field for hours since I literally can't think of one other thing to do.
The perfect California date is definitely living out the dream of being a famous YouTuber someday and making your significant other film a painfully awkward Boyfriend Tag video.
All there is to do is smoke weed and visit the mountains so that's gotta be what every single person does on a date.
I can't think of anything there is to do in Connecticut itself but it's decently close to a lot of actually relevant places like NYC, Baltimore, D.C., and Boston so maybe just take a roadie there and plan a date in a state that has a decent city.
Delaware is the puniest state of all time with barely anything in it. A cute date idea is drag racing each other from one side of the state to the other (and then doing it another 10 times because the state is so small doing it once would only take about 10 minutes).
Take advantage of the fact that Florida is flooded with million of tourists who are extremely easy targets to pull pranks on. Pranking tourists? Sounds like a viable first option to me.
Nothing in Georgia seems of any importance except for peaches. I guess a nice date might be picking peaches for like, three hours straight.
Hawaii is actually pretty dope if you don't consider the fact that it's swamped with tourists and everything is extremely far away from each other. I imagine every person from Hawaii being extremely fit and seeing who can swim to the next island faster and calling that a date.
Imagine bringing your date home and carving a potato together as if it were a pumpkin!? So goals.
Unless you live in Chicago, there's pretty much NOTHING to do in Illinois. I guess if you really have to impress your date, take them to Chicago. Or if you live in the Southern part of the state (in which case, I'm very sorry), then make a trip to St. Louis.
Indiana doesn't get the credit that it deserves for being the most boring and longest and subtly-redneck state of all time. On the plus side, Indiana does have a million restaurants, so that's gotta be what every person in this horrible state does on their dates.
I was literally so stumped on what there possibly is to do in Iowa so I had to Google it. Turns out, there's not much. But there is Adventureland Park and everyone loves waterslides so it must be a date hotspot.
Kansas people seem to love storm chasing and I imagine that they love it so much that they want to bring their bae with them on a date to see a gnarly twister.
Everybody in Kentucky literally just dates their cousin so isn't every family reunion a date?
The fact that Louisiana is literally just one giant swamp means there's only one date option: wrestling gators together.
The only cool part of Maine is the coast so if you aren't fortunate enough to live there, guess you can have a picnic date in the forest because that's basically all Maine is. A forest.
A typical Maryland date has got to be going to D.C. Not only are some museums free, but it gives you a valid reason to get out of this horribly boring state.
Massachusetts is literally the dirtiest, nastiest state in the world. A cute date would be going to a suburb and picking up trash since it's literally everywhere and Massachusetts people hate the earth.
There is absolutely nothing noteworthy about Michigan besides the fact that it snows... a lot. So that's it, if you want to have a date in Michigan you're going to have to wait until it snows so you can build a snowman and drink hot cocoa after.
All people in Minnesota care about is hockey, so every date must be playing a quick game of pond hockey against each other. Fun... I think?
The Mississippi River actually seems pretty cool considering that Mississippi is the most redneck, irrelevant state of all times. Date idea: go tubing down the Mississippi.
It isn't nickname "Misery" for nothing. Even dates seem miserable considering that all there is to do here is look at the lakes and things at the parks that seem to consume this state.
Nothing seems relevant about this state and no matter how old I get, the first thing that comes to my mind when I think of Montana is "Hannah Montana." Every date in Montana likely revolves around either bingewatching the entire series or listening to the soundtrack in the car since she made the state relevant in the first place.
Since there's literally nine people total that live in this state, once you actually find someone to date you likely spend a night on the town looking for other humans and playing a real life version of Where's Waldo.
Everything about Nevada seems absolutely miserable and hot and sticky. If I was ever on a date in Nevada and it didn't involve swimming or being in water in some way, I don't want it.
The epitome of a fun date in such a boring state has got be going for a drive late at night and attempting to not crash into the moose that seem to be everywhere here.
I can't believe that the show "Jersey Shore" invented people caring about New Jersey. The only way to do a date in New Jersey at all would have to be being absolute white trash at the Jersey Shore.
New Mexico seems completely dumb besides for the fact that it's close to Mexico and Mexican food is really really good. My ideal date in New Mexico would be eating hella tacos together. How yummy and regionally appropriate.
There are two cool places in New York: Niagara Falls and New York City. Assuming you don't already live in these two places, you'll definitely have to drive all the way there for a decent and effortless date where all you have to do is simply be there and walk around to have endless date opportunities.
North Carolina is actually a pretty cool state, especially if you're into camping. All other dates are cancelled, camping it is.
Everything in North Dakota seems very historical and presidential... hopefully everyone in this state is into history (which, I feel like you have to to live there), because I imagine everyone goes on dates that involve visiting the historical sites in the state.
Everyone in Ohio is literally weird and awkward so imagining these people dating seems really really disturbing. If I was going on a date in Ohio I'd probably want to go to Cedar Point, so hopefully these awkward people can figure out that that's the move.
If you ask anyone I'm pretty sure that there is one thing we can all agree on: Oklahoma is a whole lot of nothing. That's kinda what a date in Oklahoma probably is, literally doing nothing other than rocking on front porch rocking chairs.
I've seen a million pictures of couples in Oregon jumping off waterfalls so I'm pretty sure that's all everybody does.
A perfect date in the mind of a Pennsylvanian has to be eating a Philly Cheesesteak and watching reruns of the Pittsburgh Penguins making it to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
All of Rhode Island seems very Colonial-wannabe. A perfect date would be living out that fantasy and dressing as Colonial men and women to view the historical Colonial towns.
You have to be really into ghosts to live in South Caroling considering that literally the entire state is haunted from all of the plantations. I can just envision all of the people who must do ouija boards and call it a date.
Probably just go look at the giant president rock I guess??
All Tennessee people care about are dates to the rodeo and Keith Urban concert. Sorry, I don't make the rules.
I don't know what anybody would actually do on a date in Texas, but I'm assuming every girl would spend a solid 4 hours preparing her hair before the date even begins.
High School Musical was filmed in Salt Lake City and that's pretty much all that Utah has going for itself. Pretending to be Troy and Gabriella at the real East High School seems pretty cute though.
There is literally nothing in Vermont, including restaurants. There's not much to do in Vermont besides eat, so a whole date night could be driving around this boring state trying to find even ONE restaurant.
Hiking the mountains actually seems like a pretty fun date, especially considering that that's all Virginia really has to offer.
I feel like every person in Washington takes their significant other with them to go take cute pictures at the mountains and then spends the night there stargazing. Cute, but is there even anything else to do in this state?
Might as well just pack it up and travel to the more relevant Virginia as a date...
I'll bet beer and cheese tasting is a hot weekend date place.
Literally the least populous state in the country so I'm just going to assume that the people here don't even go on any dates.