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There are things that other people do that are just bothersome or downright annoying.
It could be anything from burping out loud to biting their nails. And sometimes, it has nothing to do with another person doing anything. Like slow internet.
All of these annoying things can leave you upset, frustrated, and even angry. So let’s call them what they are. Pet peeves. Everyone has a pet peeve of some sort.
So we looked into it and discovered every state’s pet peeve.
How We Determined This
To find each state’s pet peeves, we once again turned to google trends. After all, what better way to find what grinds people’s gears than what they’re searching for help with?
Our list of pet peeves came from our article on pet peeves. From there, we determined what base search terms and topics would be driven from the pet peeve.
For example, the topic of snoring would include a broad array of search activities, such as “how to stop snoring partner” and “snoring solutions.”
We looked at a year of search data, giving each state time to truly be exasperated by the little (or big) annoyances in life.
Summary of Each State’s Biggest Pet Peeve
Pet peeves are just one of life’s annoying treasures that sometimes you just have to take it stride.
Whether your mouse suddenly turns into a seemingly endless spinning circle or your neighbor litters, everyone has a pet peeve.
And now we know exactly which pet peeve each state is annoyed about.
Each State’s Biggest Pet Peeve
|District of Columbia||Table manners|
|Florida||Badly Behaved Kids|
|Georgia||Badly Behaved Kids|
|Hawaii||Public display of affection|
|Illinois||Badly Behaved Kids|
|Michigan||Badly Behaved Kids|
|Nevada||Public display of affection|
|New Hampshire||Public display of affection|
|New Mexico||Slow Internet|
|North Carolina||Badly Behaved Kids|
|Texas||Badly Behaved Kids|
|Virginia||Badly Behaved Kids|