According to Google Trends, Missouri Googles “redhead jokes” more than all but two other states. population, but they make up 9.4% of the Seattle Seahawks.Despite this, the state produces two of America’s finest red-haired talents—author Mark Twain and the actress Ellie Kemper, who plays the main character in the Netflix sitcom . The local NFL team has ginger fever so bad they recently gave up their first round draft pick and Pro Bowl center for carrot-topped tight end Jimmy Graham.The state has numerous ginger-themed businesses, including Redhead Design Studio, as well as The Redheads, a healthful foods manufacturing and marketing company (try the hummus).
The state’s excitement for all things ginger is so strong it still came in first place despite Googling the actor who played Gilligan more than the one who played Ginger. If you ever see Kentucky native and redheaded country star Loretta Lynn in a bar buy her a a Kentucky Redhead. Start with 2oz bourbon and then ad 1oz ginger liqueur, 1oz lemon juice, 1/2oz simple syrup, and 3 dashes of bitters.
In 2010, the largest gathering of redheads (at the time) in North America occurred in Dublin, Ohio. Not only that, but way back in 2013 both Ohio pro football teams (the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals) featured starting quarterbacks with red hair (Brandon Weeden and Andy Dalton).
The debate over Ginger or Mary Ann has raged for decades, except in New Mexico.
The state is staunchly pro-Ginger, with dramatically more Google searches for the actress who played the red-haired Ginger on than for the one who played Mary Ann.
It’s important to stress, however, that we haven’t launched an investigation,” he says.“Companies who advertize in huge campaigns have a responsibility not to create or infer one appearance is superior to another,” one commuter Lucy Grace tells .