Minnesota: Like A State, But More Canadian

Minnesota calls itself “Land of 10,000 Lakes.” Let’s take a look at some of those lakes, won’t we?

  • Big Pine Lake is not filled with water, but with Cheez-Whiz.
  • White Bear Lake is not so much a lake as it is a 10,000-foot tall mountain located in Colorado.
  • Pecquayan Lake is actually just a photograph of a lake in some guy’s wallet in Duluth.

As you can see, many of Minnesota’s “lakes” don’t meet the World Lake Commission’s definition of a lake, which is, “Dude, it has to be a damn lake.”

In fact, Minnesota doesn’t have 10,000 lakes at all. The total is closer to -350. Stop the bullshit, Minnesota, we’re on to you.


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