Kentucky: A Dark and bloody (and dumb, and depressed, and bored, and…) ground

Don’t forget fat. Or stupid. Or cancer-laden. Or incarcerated. Or stricken with Mountain Dew-mouth. Or, uh … did we say fat already? We meant obese. Yeah: Obese.

Any way you cut it, the great (?) commonwealth of Kentucky exhibits tell-tale signs of being seriously fucked-up, staggering in the nation like a toothless, morbidly obese friend who pisses himself after a handle of Heaven Hill whiskey and seven hours across a polluted river feeding at Paula Deen’s shame-trough.

Now the elitist (and infinitely better lived) staff of The New York Times has released a handy visual-aid with which to gain a more accurate view of Kentucky’s penchant at topping every worst-of list you can imagine. Take a look:

As you can see, the entirety of The South is one sad, orange-drab place. (Note our coal-rich sister, West Virginia, also entirely orange…) But do not worry, ye fellow Kentuckian: Your exceptional illiteracy most likely prevented you from fully soaking in this bad news, so have another beer on the house (unless it’s been foreclosed on; go back to Heaven Hill instead).

Oh, and remember: When you feel that sadness monkey on your back, just do as papaw does:

2 Comments

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  2. Fat ass
    Posted May 24, 2013 at 9:29 am | Permalink

    It is soo fun in Kentucky u need to shut your fucken mouth and just go u bitch and I’m 58 pounds and u call that fat bitch huh ya u just got burned bye 13 year old bitch

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