Borat Mankinis vs Blow-Up Dolls: What Your Neighbors Are Buying Online

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May 8th, 2017 – Jokes are built from many things. Sometimes they’re based in reality. Other times they’re formed from imagination. And often times they’re created based on stereotypes.

The folks over at Estately have given us some stereotypical and some non-cliché answers for what people from each state shopped for online with more frequency than all other states during the past 12 months.

Would you have guessed that Californians would search more often for Baywatch swimsuits, Bob Marley posters, avocado slicers and Armani jeans? What about Hawaii searching for GoPro Hero, spear guns and aloha shirts? Texas stocking up on Daisy Duke shorts and concealed carry corsets? OK, maybe. And Florida seems to be holding strong to stereotypes.

But does a stereotype happen because it’s true or is it just an oversimplified go-to point? It’s been said that if you want to find the truth you should follow the money. This time, the money came from Google Trends to measure internet searches using the Google Shopping feature. As the number crunchers said:

“The results were both terrifying and informative. For instance, Washington state is simultaneously preparing for both a natural disaster and a giant shellfish feed, Wyoming is stockpiling an arsenal, and Ohio and Pennsylvania are preparing for some sort of tragic fashion showdown.”

Take a look at the breakdown and remember that soon your web browsing history may be less private than you once thought.

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