What strange goods and services is your state researching on Google? Apparently California has been looking into the price of facelifts, tummy tucks, swimming pools and marriage licenses, while Oklahoma is curious about the cost of breast lifts, liposuction, gas and daycare, according to Fixr.com, a cost-estimating website.

Fixr created the map below with Google Autocomplete, typing “How much does * cost in Sacramento, California?” into Google for each state or state capital, and then marking down the most commonly searched-for good or service.


Some of the searches are somewhat disturbing, including sex, drugs and lots of plastic surgery. Others are delightfully innocent, like Alaska’s search for the price of a gallon of milk and Vermont’s search for the cost of a cord of wood.

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