Living in Idaho, you know how incredible it is to live here. You really can't describe the experience of living in Idaho...unless you've done it yourself. It's a one-of-a-kind place that has a special charm no other state can match.

At least, that's how we see it. What do people from other states know about Idaho? You're about to regret having asked.

For this writer, if you want the truth from the internet, you go to Reddit. It's anonymous, and almost all internet trends start there before reaching Facebook and other platforms. That makes it easy to get the truth out of strangers when it comes to what they know about Idaho. This should be easy! Let's check out a comment:

Well, one time one of my Minnesotan friends said that Idaho was used to be known to be home to many skinhead nazis in the 90s, and it has stuck for all the border states to make fun of us. Heck, even in Idaho if you go bald for the sake of being bald people will call you a remaining skinhead.

Oh. Wasn't expecting that. Let's try another one.


I was about to say: "Who the f*** even talks about Idaho?"

I actually forgot Napoleon Dynamite was set there, though one interesting tidbit I've heard is that it's home to the country's largest indoor waterpark. Assuming they've got heating, it must be a real boon during the winters.

Those two have to be outliers. Let's try a shorter comment:

Damn it. You can read more Redditors' responses here, but rest assured, it isn't going to save your faith in humanity or anything.

The 'Dirty' TikTok Trend Taking Idaho By Storm

Why is the internet blaming Mormons in Utah and Idaho for this popular TikTok trend? Well, there's a lot of talk about here and it really goes back to the rules around caffeine. If you aren't familiar, for years, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints banned the consumption of caffeine. As a condition of church membership, nearly all addictive substances are prohibited and in Utah and Idaho where the Mormon faith is in the majority, it's just a well-known fact.

Now, in Idaho and in Utah, a "Dirty" trend has been put on display for all to see via TikTok and it doesn't matter where these people live or what they do or do not believe's catching on because allegedly, it's TASTY!

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