I love reading about regional cultural variances.

Typically these types of reports include the use of y’all vs. you all, or soda vs. pop.

Dating app Hater matches date-seekers using a combination of location, age, and mutual hates.

http://haterapp.biz

Hater asks users to rate their level of “like” on various subjects. They’ve compiled user data to produce a map of the U.S. illustrating the most hated (of the topics available) issue or thing in each state.

The New York Times, bloggers, cheap coffee, sand, and being the designated driver top the most-hated things in a handful of states.

Good Luck in the afterlife, New Hampshire:

Don’t think we didn’t see that, Indiana:

https://www.buzzfeed.com/danielacadena/do-you-hate-the-same-stuff-as-everyone-else?utm_term=.cm6JOLXvp#.arVXkB87Q

Nevada gets it:

Taking concert videos is a great way to annoy Hawaiians:

And the whole map:

What do you think? Accurate?

[h/t Buzzfeed]

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