Hubby tosses me the latest issue of Time magazine (and by “latest” I mean probably at least a week old because it takes forever to get to us here in Canada, and by “Time magazine”, I mean a relic of 20th century print media that my husband stubbornly clings to like he’s in his 60s, rather than his 40s).
“Read this,” he says, pointing to an article titled “What are we not known for?” about each state’s “lesser-known…superlatives”.
I scan the list. “Ha!,” I say. “Apparently Hawaii is the most sleep-deprived state. I thought I was in the most sleep-deprived state. Anywhere I am is the most sleep-deprived state.”
Other fun facts: the state where I was born invented Kool-Aid, the state where I went to high school and college served the first ice cream cone, and the state we left last year has the most wanted bank robbers. I wonder what the next place we go will be (in)famous for.
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