In celebration of the 89th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee, Google thought it would be fun to point out how much of the United States wouldn't last in even a preliminary round of the spelling contest.
Creating a map from Google Trends data, each state was marked with the word it most commonly searches for after the phrase, "how do I spell."
The results were head-slappingly simple, with gimmes like "vacuum" and "February" being the bane of certain states.
Some words were common among multiple states, such as "desert" - the arid location seemingly confused with the post-dinner treat across Idaho, California, Indiana, and Connecticut.
However, seeing Ohio struggle with "banana," or Massachusetts needing to look up its own name, are a little more on the embarrassing side.
Meanwhile, we're certain each term on Google's map is a breeze for the competitors at this year's National Spelling Bee, who apparently have the cool to throw in some dabs after successfully spelling tough entries like "bacteriolytic" and "mischsprache."