Americans search for strange, interesting and, sometimes, downright creepy stuff online, according to a new map from Fixr.com.
To reach its conclusions, the cost-estimating website typed in How much does * cost in… for each state or state capital and recorded the Google results.
California and Virginia want to know how much facelifts cost while people in Mississippi and Tennessee are interested in DNA tests. People in Nevada and Connecticut googled the price of a prostitute. Nevada is the only state in the nation where some prostitution is legal.
Marijuana and liposuction are the top searched-for costs in Denver, Colorado, where recreational use of marijuana is now legal. In Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, searches for breast lifts and liposuction are popular.
On the disturbing side, the cost of “a minor” ranks first among popular searches for prices in the capital city of Bismarck, North Dakota, according to Google’s auto-complete predictions.
In Honolulu, Hawaii, interests are more wholesome. Gasoline, food, milk, taxicabs and public transportation are the most searched-for costs in the Aloha state.