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The Most Embarrassing Google Searches, Including 'Bronies'

Estately put together a list of embarrassing Google searches by state. They include: vajazzling, Nicolas Cage and Bronies.
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Want to know something? Google it.

"Search on, smarty pants." (Video via Google)

Real estate search engine Estately looked through 11 years of Google data using its own "embarrassing" search terms and saw which states searched for them the most.  

So it's unscientific and subjective, but hilarious. Let's get to it. 

New Yorkers are into magic lessons, apparently. How else are you going to get to Hogwarts?

"You're a wizard, Harry."

"I'm a what?" (Video via Warner Bros.)

Missouri searched the most for "vajazzling." You can Google that one yourself for more specifics, but it's putting jewels on your lady parts. 

Some states dig celebs. Alaska was all about Nicolas Cage.

"I refuse to believe that." (Video via Buena Vista Pictures)

Nebraska searched the most for Nick Nolte. 

North Dakota was "Rollin'" with Limp Bizkit. And Maine wanted to know Nickelback lyrics. 

New Mexico really likes the movie "The Hot Chick."

"I don't think you get the gravity of the situation here." (Video via Buena Vista Pictures)

Utah is also apparently full of "Bronies." That's dudes who like the TV show "My Little Pony." 

"You'll soon know more about this place than even I do."

Other top state searches include "Donald Trump quotes," "meth recipe" and "Am I a virgin?" Although on that one, if you have to ask ... you are. 

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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