A Facelift or a Little Weed, Anyone? What Americans are Obsessed With

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Many Americans are curious about the cost of a nose job, a pound of weed, a prostitute, or a funeral.

That’s according to cost-weighing website Fixr.com, which compiled a list of the top-searched-for costs of goods and services in each state. In California, residents often Google the cost of a facelift. Floridians are curious about the cost of an abortion.

Meanwhile, residents of Wyoming want to know about the cost of a keg of beer.

You can recreate Fixr’s research by typing in “How much does* cost in (insert state)?”

Here are a few highlights of the survey:

  • Vermont. Cord of wood.
  • Hawaii. Gas.
  • South Dakota. A vasectomy.
  • Arkansas and Indiana. Breast implants.
  • Colorado. Weed.

Montana – the state I call home – most often searches for the cost of a fishing license. No surprise there.

If you want to see the most Googled goods and services in each state, click here.

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