Wisconsin is clearly the best state in the United States. But some people have the wrong idea that Wisconsin is just some random, unknown Midwest state. Uh, excuse me? We rock, and here are 10 reasons why the non-believers are totally wrong about Wisconsin.
Wisconsin leads the nation in cranberry production at 60%. Do you like cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving? I sure do. And I like cranberry juice in a cosmo. So there.
This is an easy one. We are America's freaking dairyland!!!!!! We make the best cheese in the WORLD. Seriously, if you eat cheese across America, there's a high chance it originated in Wisconsin.
3. Ice Cream Sundaes
Who in the world thought of putting chocolate sauce on top of ice cream? A man in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, that's who. And even if it's not in sundae form, we do ice cream up here the right way.
4. Toilet paper
Personally, I like using toilet paper. I bet you do, too. Well, Green Bay is the toilet paper capital of the world. You can thank them.
Frank Lloyd Wright...ever heard of him? Yes, he's a native son, and he's one of the most famous American architects, if not THE most famous. Check out his work across Wisconsin.
Some of the biggest names in sports played college ball in Wisconsin. JJ Watt, Russell Wilson...heard of them? Yeah, and we definitely don't even have to mention the team that plays in Titletown.
7. Gorgeous scenery
Some of you guys just think all of Wisconsin is covered in fields and cows. Definitely not. Portions of Wisconsin look like this--awesome rock formations and lakes.
If a strong public school education is important to you and your family, move to Wisconsin. Why? Well, we are among the top three in the country for high school graduation. Also, we have a stellar state university program.
Do you appreciate Harley-Davidson? I sure do, and people across the country (and world) can't get enough of these bikes. Thank Wisconsin for that.
Is there anything more gorgeous than a Wisconsin sunset? Really? If you've never been to Wisconsin, come visit--you'll definitely want to stay for a while.
Why do YOU think Wisconsin is the most underrated state? Let us know in the comments.