Check Out This Map That Shows Which States Complain Most About Being Single On Valentine’s Day

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Map States Complain Most Single Valentines Day

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For the most part, people fall into one of three camps on Valentine’s Day.

One, you LOVE Valentine’s Day because you get to spend it with the one you love and lavish presents on them. (You did buy a gift, right?)

Two, you put up with the nonsense that is Valentine’s Day because your loved one fits into category number one.

And three, you loathe Valentine’s Day because it’s just a stupid made-up holiday to sell candy and flowers and other crap that you don’t even have anyone to buy them for so why do they have to remind you about the fact that you are single again this year with no prospects on the horizon for that ever changing?

Or something like that. Sorry.

Anyhoo, if you are one of those people who land somewhere in or near category three, then you are one of the people who probably contributed to the map you see below of which states in the U.S. complain the most about Valentine’s Day.

The map, which was created by BodyNutrition.org, is based on geotagged Twitter data (over 100,000 tweets) over the last month about people talking about being single on Valentine’s Day.

Interestingly enough, for some reason the East coast isn’t doing very much complaining much at all. What do you guys know that I don’t?

The top 10 states who have done the most complaining about being single on Valentine’s Day in 2018 are (drumroll, please)…

1. Utah
2. Texas
3. Nevada
4. Alaska
5. Idaho
6. Iowa
7. Hawaii
8. Louisiana
9. Arkansas
10. Oklahoma

Hawaii? Really? Utah, Alaska, Idaho, Iowa, Arkansas, and maybe even Nevada and Oklahoma I can kind of get, but Hawaii? If you live in Hawaii you are not allowed to complain about being single on Valentine’s Day. Just go sit on the beach, drink a Corona, and appreciate the fact that you live in freaking Hawaii. Hawaii…

Here’s where the rest of the 50 states stand…



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