The United States is a large and diverse country. And, boy, do we love to eat. But what you love to eat most probably depends in large part on where you live in this culinary landscape.
See where each team's fan base begins and ends plus which team gets tweeted about the most among dozen's of top US NCAA sports rivalries.
From the youth level to the pros, sports are a central preoccupation for millions of Americans. While baseball had been considered the American sport, football has taken up that mantle.
While no official deaths resulted from the Cola Wars of the 1980s, the rivalry between Coke and Pepsi goes deep, and it's a battle being fought on the consumer marketplace every day.
Everyone loves love, even when it's not Valentine's-even when we examined language on one of the most divisive platforms, one that's blamed for helping spread hateful language.
Let's all lament the death of the English language while acknowledging that, yeah, these acronyms sure do save our thumbs some trouble.
For short words, "yes" and "no" pack a lot of meaning. Yes, we can. No new taxes. These tiny words can be sentences all on their own, and they help reveal cultural attitudes.
Apologies to adults who call their parents "mommy" and "daddy," but the rest of us find that pretty creepy. But, as you can see, there's a community of mommy/daddy folks.
If you're looking for a card game more advanced than Go Fish or less gambly than poker, your location in the country is likely to be a key factor in the game you're playing.
Owing more to the heavily franchised nature of fast food, regional differences are incredibly clear when looking at fast-food burger joints, with one big, yellow exception.