8 Totally True Stereotypes Iowans Should Just Accept As Fact
There are plenty of Iowa stereotypes out there that can really get under your skin. Those who go around saying Iowa is flat have clearly never driven the Loess Hills or climbed at Pikes Peak State Park. Out-of-staters who think we’re all hicks haven’t seen the magic of the best Des Moines neighborhoods. And don’t even get me started on the people that think we all drive tractors to work…
That being said, there are a few stereotypes out there that exist for a reason. Here are a few things those outsiders say about us that just might be true.
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What do you think? Are you a deep-frying, corn-loving, blue-blooded Iowan? Let’s chat about these stereotypes and more in the comments below!