Wannabe States of the United States

Wannabe States of the United States

Have you ever asked yourself why we only have
one state named after a president, but half a dozen states named after kings and queens
from other countries? Well that wasn’t the original plan, there’ve
been quite a few attempts to name states after founding fathers that ended up failing… So let’s start at the beginning. Before Vermont became the fourteenth state,
there were two other places that were trying really hard to get that coveted slot. First, let’s talk about this bit of land,
which at the time was part of North Carolina. Since they were on the other side of the Appalachian
mountains, the government of North Carolina hard a rather hard time governing the area…
so the people there decided to form their own potential state, named Frankland. They petitioned for statehood in 1785, but
were rejected, since North Carolina didn’t feel like giving up the land just yet. So they changed their name to Franklin, after
the at-the-time still-living Benjamin Franklin, and asked him for help with getting recognized. Franklin was famously full of himself, but
his response is easily the most nicely worded “I know what you’re trying to do and it’s
not going to work” dismissals I’ve ever seen put to paper. “I am sensible of the honor which your Excellency
and your council thereby do me. But being in Europe when your State was formed,
I am too little acquainted with the circumstances to be able to offer you anything just now
that may be of importance” – Benjamin Franklin, 1787
The State of Franklin eventually gave up their attempt and were absorbed into the territory
that became Tennessee in 1796. But that doesn’t stop the people who live
there from slapping “State of Franklin” on businesses and tourist spots to this day. At the same time, this region, which was controlled
by Virginia and Pennsylvania, was also on the other side of the Appalachians and was
difficult to govern from their respective capitals, and as a result was likewise trying
to become the fourteenth state, known as “Westsylvania.” But promotion of the independence movement
was made illegal and an act of treason in 1782, which technically made it punishable
by death. The reasoning behind that was that this land
belonged to the Indians, and creating a state there would start a war… which the US obviously
didn’t want. So it remained part of Virginia… at least
until the Civil War. Again, since it was on the other side of the
Appalachians, so geography helped separate the people, and when Virginia broke away from
the US to join the Confederacy, Westsylvania broke away from Virginia to stay in the Union. This happened literally weeks after the start
of the Civil War. So the delegates of the area got together
to decide on a constitution, and perhaps more importantly, what to name this new state. I have an idea, let’s call it Kanawha. What? Kanawha. Why are you putting so much emphasis on the
H? I dunno, it just sounds better that –
The fact that you’re doing that is the main reason we’re not going to call it that,
let’s call it Columbia. The capital is already the District of Columbia,
we can’t call it that. How about New Virginia? Are you seriously? We might as well just go back to calling it
Westsylvania… And so “West Virginia” was born. As you’ll soon realize, America, like Britain,
is not very creative when it comes to the naming. Oftentimes we don’t even change it from
whatever it was before… like Florida. Florida was originally a Spanish colony and
means the “land of flowers.” But because of the expansion of the United
States, many Americans came to inhabit the area. In 1799, an American banded together with
the local Seminole and Muscogee Indians and formed the short lived State of Muskogee. It’s worth noting that the Indian tribe
it was named after was spelled with a C, not a K, but whatever. It lasted all of four years before it was
destroyed. But thanks to that, combined with the ever-expanding
United States, the territory became too expensive for the Spanish to maintain. So they ceded the territory to the US in 1810. At which point the area was divided into…
*sigh*… East and West Florida. Anyway, it was admitted as the full state
of Florida in 1845. But the story doesn’t end there. Several times since then, including as recently
as 2008 and 2014, the counties in southern Florida have proposed resolutions to split
the state in half. What would they name these two partitions? North and South Florida. See what I mean? Trust me, this is a recurring theme. So let’s move on to a state I brought up
in my last video on the topic of states. Texas. As I mentioned before, Texas likes to brag
about how they used to be an independent republic and say that they can secede if they want. They can’t, but they can break themselves
up into five states if they ever felt like it. They’ve never made up plans to break up
into that many, but they have proposed breaking into two. The first plan was drawn up in 1870, after
the Civil War, and would divide Texas along the San Antonio River. Don’t worry, they were a little more creative
with the names this time. They wanted to call this part Lincoln and
this part Jefferson. You’d think a state that fought on the losing
side of the Civil War would be a little salty over the idea of naming themselves Lincoln…
and you’d be right. So they changed the name to Matagorda, which
is Spanish for Thick Bush. Grow up. The plan was reintroduced in 1906… Then again in 1915… and 1921. It made it to Congress once or twice, but
obviously never passed. Then in 1945, after World War 2, this area
of Northern Texas and the Oklahoma panhandle – hey wait, why does Oklahoma have a panhandle
anyway? – I’ll get to that later, but anyway,
they were tired of being ignored by Texas and Oklahoma and drafted a proposal to secede
and form the state of… Wait… actually, take a second and think
of a name for this proposed state on your own. Trust me, it’s just as unoriginal as you
would expect. Okay you got it? Did you guess Texlahoma? Because I’m guessing you were pretty close,
maybe only one letter off. Obviously, that didn’t happen either. But it’s not the first time they tried to
break up Oklahoma. Back when it was called the Indian Territory,
they were seriously considering making this area a legitimate Indian-controlled state
named Sequoyah. The movement lasted until 1907, when the US
Congress predictably didn’t let them create an Indian only state, and instead created
Oklahoma. In 1939, during the Great Depression, many
plains Indian tribes got together with the mostly Republican ranchers in protest of FDR’s
New Deal… with those crazy democratic ideas and plans to build infrastructure… and submitted
a proposal to break away and form the State of Absaroka. They even had their own license plates and
their own Miss Absaroka 1939. The plan was abandoned shortly afterwards,
especially when World War 2 began. But let’s jump back in time a bit to the
late 1840s, when the Rockies were mostly inhabited by Mormons. After the Mexican-American war, when Texas
became a state and California was in the process, the church decided they better stake their
claim and sent someone to Washington… Hi, we’re Mormons and we would like to create
the State of Deseret. That’s a pretty big area you’re claiming
there. Yes well, you just admitted Texas, which is
pretty big… and California is pretty big too… Texas is special and California has gold. What do you have? …uhh… Polygamy? Yeah… get rid of that and we’ll talk. So California got to become a state and Deseret
did not… instead they were lumped into the Utah Territory as part of the Missouri Compromise
in 1850 which I’ll talk about later. But as part of the compromise, California
joined the union as a free state, and they had to promise to send one pro-slavery and
one anti-slavery senator to Congress… Which caused all sorts of problems, so almost
right away, there was a plan to just break California up into two states. With the northern half being named Shasta
and the southern half named Colorado, after the ruddy Colorado River. They later decided to keep the northern half
named California. Which by the way, comes from the Spanish word
for “Land of the Caliph”… as in the Islamic Caliphate. Just putting that out there. Anyway, once the Civil War started this plan
was obviously dropped. Which is a good thing because the Colorado
River no longer drains into the Pacific Ocean in California… so they would have named
themselves after a river that dries up in their state. But since then, there have been several plans
to break up California, including one in 2013 that actually gained some traction that would
have broken it up into six states. Appropriately named the “Six Californias”
plan. It would have created the state of Jefferson,
Silicon Valley … sigh… North California, Central California, West
California, and South California. But in 1859, at the same time that California
was considering naming half of itself Colorado, the gold miners over here hoped to make this
territory into the State of Jefferson. But the economy was based almost entirely
on gold mining, which brought in all the drunkards and criminals. And since this area was populated by Mormons,
who didn’t like the crime associated with gold, and still hadn’t given up polygamy
(ended in 1890), that whole area was cut out of the proposed state. Around the same time, they were considering
naming this state or this state Lincoln. It seems like the names Lincoln and Jefferson
go hand-in-hand. But, obviously, that didn’t happen… so
they had to come up with a new name. Well we can’t call this Jefferson if we
don’t also have a Lincoln… so what should we call it? How about Idaho? What does that mean? Absolutely nothing, I just made it up. Wha? Get out of here with that nonsense, nobody
would be stupid enough to use a made up name. Seriously the word Idaho was completely made
up. The people in Idaho like to claim that it
means “Salmon Eater” in Comanche, which is true… but the Comanche live down here,
and the guy who made it up didn’t know that. It’s the same as if you just slammed your
head on your keyboard and later found out that the garble actually means something in
a language you’ve never heard of. Hey remember when California was going to
name themselves after that river? Yeah? Yeah, well, that river actually *starts* here
so… how about that? So boom, Colorado was born. But we’re still not done. The Pacific Northwest was jointly occupied
by the US and Great Britain. In 1846, they signed a treaty officially breaking
the area up and establishing the mostly-straight border between the US and Canada. Originally, the area was going to be called
Columbia Territory, after Christopher Columbus. Which is why the area north of the border
is now called British Columbia. But they wanted avoid any confusion with the
nation’s capital, Washington DC, which stands for the District of Columbia. So they called it… Washington Territory. Anyway, the original plan was to break the
area up into three states… Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln. Because these are the three presidents that
anyone is allowed to admire. It doesn’t matter if you’re a Republican
or Democrat, if you say you admire any of these three, you’ll get a round of applause. Which is partly why these three, along with
Teddy Roosevelt, were put on Mount Rushmore. But since the area had also been called Oregon
Country when it was under US and British control, when Jefferson applied for statehood in 1848,
they adopted the name Oregon. Since then, there have been a few attempts
to break away southern Oregon and Northern California to reform Jefferson, all the way
up to 2013. It was even part of the Six Californias plan. But anyway, because the eastern half of what
would have become Lincoln was full of gold, and again, nobody wanted those filthy gold
digging criminals in their state, that area was given to Idaho, and the rest became the
State of Washington in 1889. But when this was all still in the works,
when the US was still in that whole Manifest Destiny kick, they hoped to control the entire
Pacific coast. So they bought Alaska from Russia. An area two-thirds the size of the Louisiana
Purchase, for about half the price. Look, here’s the actual check used to buy
Alaska. That’s right, we’re the old ladies at
the grocery store… paying by check. Anyway, the hope was that by controlling territory
both north and south of Canada, Britain would just give up trying to control British Columbia
and hand it over. Obviously that didn’t happen, but funny
enough, since the entire Pacific Northwest is populated by a mix of former British and
former American settlers, there’s a small independence movement that would unite the
area into an independent republic known as Cascadia. Probably not going to happen but… look,
they even have their own flag! But that’s not all, there are currently
several movements within the US to break up current states. For a long time now, New York City and Long
Island have thought about separating and creating the state of Long Island… that’s usually
because the area is more economically active and they’re tired of sending their tax dollars
upstate. Likewise, the people of the Upper Penninsula
of Michigan, called Yoopers after the abbreviation UP, consider themselves so different from
the rest of Michigan that they’ve tried to break away and create a state named Superior. There have been several other smaller, less
significant secession movements, most notably the Conch Republic in Key West. Which is mostly just a joke and has never
seriously considered breaking away, it’s mostly just a tourist thing. So there you have it, combined with my other
two videos, that’s the entire history of the United States. So we can finally move on to- Wait, you said
you were going to talk about the Missouri Compromise and why Oklahoma has a panhandle-
Oh for… Okay fine… one more video on the history
and geography of the US, and after that we’re going to talk about other countries… okay? Not all of my viewers are American.- Yeah
but most of them are.- Anyway, at least for now, you know better. Hey guys if you enjoyed that video or you
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  • Daniel.favio747 Koala Cholo says:

    That is a lie, Florida was not a Spanish colony (it was a province of the Viceroyalty of New Spain), in addition its name does not come from "land of flowers" its name is because when Juan Ponce de León arrived, he landed during holy week , the day of the Easter Florida and that's is why it was called Florida.

  • Brandon Key says:

    Ugh… 'Jefferson State'

  • Beumadine Sweevy says:

    Whoa. Lovin' that subliminal "ENLIST" there. Did ya notice the words "East + West" Florida were on the wrong sides!😂. Fire the Editor, mon!

  • Isaac West says:

    As this is an educational video (which I enjoyed), I'm gonna correct the term "Mormon". Mormon was a guy, and we do not worship him. We wordhip God and His son Jesus Christ, which is why our official title has always been the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (as we also believe we are in the last days so-to-speak). For short, we are also called LDS.

  • Trey Young says:

    And the land of California is named after a black woman

  • big man on campus says:

    Well i hope they do something about the taxes in Long Island i grew up here and i gotta leave directly after high school cause its so fucking expensive to live here

  • AmronFortis says:

    John Adams: "Am I a joke to you?"

  • Jeff W says:

    Guam: Am I nothing to you! 😭

  • Bernardo Bila says:

    I love your sense of humor

  • Into Love says:

    So true about the state seceders in the Northwest. Southern Oregon still calls itself "The State of Jefferson."

  • That one Kid you hate, Daniel says:


  • curt hoglund says:

    This guy should be on asmr almost fell asleep watching this

  • Brandon Griggs says:

    Love the intro lol

  • theZeitos says:

    Just pay someone else to name your stuff in the future okay?
    The Washington territory story triggers me a bit to be honest.

  • Matías B. says:

    5:22 i thought it would be Oklatexas…

  • Rabidchu says:

    I just looked up the whole "land of the Caliph" thing and it's much more interesting than he let's on.
    "California" appears to be a Spanish fabrication of the root word "khalifa" (meaning "Caliph" as we understand it today) in reference to a fictional character named Calafia who is essentially an Arabic/Amazon warrior-queen. Her story consists of her raising an army of female warriors, flying that army to Constantinople with a flock of griffins, being defeated and converted from Islam to Christianity, and being married off to a knight. The character is entirely fictional but was nonetheless very well known in Spanish culture at the time, so I'm not entirely uncertain that the name simply means "the land of Calafia" or "the land of the warrior-queen"

  • Janell Evans says:

    You missed Nebraska's panhandle trying to cede to Wyoming. Maybe it never got out of the state.

  • Schenectady County, Divide NY says:

    This guy got the Divide NYS movement so wrong. The movement is absolutely strongest north of Westchester County, where the millions of residents are being stripped of their liberties, their fair representation, and their economy by the New York City-dominated state government. It's a movement that has been gaining steam for years with the election of Andrew Cuomo (D) and his corrupt pay-to-play politics, an absolute destruction of the Upstate economy, opting for gambling and tourism over energy, agriculture, and manufacturing, and of course a complete shutout of Upstate representatives from the state legislature's decisions. Long Island ALSO does not want to be a part of New York City. They have different values and culture as well. The current plan though is a partition of New York State into 3 autonomously governing regions of Long Island, New York City, and Upstate

  • Divide NYS says:

    I'm not sure how this guy got the Divide NYS movement so wrong, but the movement is absolutely strongest north of Westchester County, where the millions of residents are being stripped of their liberties, their fair representation, and their economy by the New York City-dominated state government. It's a movement that has been gaining steam for years with the election of Andrew Cuomo (D) and his corrupt pay-to-play politics, an absolute destruction of the Upstate economy, opting for gambling and tourism over energy, agriculture, and manufacturing, and of course a complete shutout of Upstate representatives from the state legislature's decisions. Long Island ALSO does not want to be a part of New York City. They have different values and culture as well. The current plan though is a partition of New York State into 3 autonomously governing regions of Long Island, New York City, and Upstate.

  • Loco Motives says:

    You're forgetting the wannabe state of "Transylfornia" a coastal enclave stretching from San Francisco to Santa Monica. This proposed sanctuary Utopia will be home to post-modern technolectuals, the hyper-sensitive and anyone who deeply believes Biology doesn't apply to them. We're going to force them to wall themselves in by constantly crossing their yards to get to the beach.



  • Jah is Dead says:

    Yoopers are gay

  • spirals 73 says:

    I think I've heard people making fun of the 6 Californias idea before.

  • Kevin says:

    I did guess texlahoma

  • おじ茶Wtripley says:

    Hello from the State of Franklin. I actually live in what would’ve been the Capital of Franklin

  • anna w says:

    today we learnt that if you try to call a state jefferson, its not gonna happen

  • Sean Naamani says:

    I'll laugh at thick bush if I want to!

  • A fat cat from sweden says:

    Why do you have a state named after a rapper?

  • Hunter Defreeuw says:

    Let’s split Florida up

  • Ed Turner says:

    About Idaho as a Comanche word. Comanches are nomadicized Shoshone who split off about 1700, and some mutual intelligibility remains. That being said, there is still uncertainty about the true origin of the name of the state of Idaho.

  • chaosXpert says:

    It'd be cool to have a state just for Native Americans

  • Christopher Farr says:

    What about the state of Franklin?

  • kkcamp02 says:

    Loving the posters in the background

  • Pineapple says:

    It's pronounced conk (käNGk) not conch (känCH)

  • General Deathmaster says:

    Republic of Molassia in Nevada

  • TomWatsonB1 says:

    It's called MUS CO GEE. Not sure why you are saying Mus KEE GEE. I used to work in Muskogee, OK.

  • Loth Lorien says:

    Wtf i learnt more in this video than I ever had in school

  • KnuxMaster 368 says:

    Kanawha was a good name

  • AwesomeShite says:

    I've heard about Long Island wanting to break away from the rest of the state (because I grew up there), but NYC? That would just be awkward since the state's name is all attached to the city itself.

  • Shawn Hardaway says:

    He lives in TX i can tell by the soda can in the beginning

  • Ape from the kitchen of Enki and Enlil. says:

    The USA, like all empires and unions in history, will fall some day. Language culture will get more diverse, like what happend in Europe. Texas will be the first state to succesfully exit the union to become an souverin state.

  • este ya no es robloxiano says:

    why you did not show Wyoming it does not exist

  • Jayden Cascayan says:


  • Michie TN says:

    Yeah, KB, this is a good show. New plan. Instead of focus on specific break-aways, look into the principles of "Breakdown of Nations" by Kohr, Leopold, and secession is good (search topics).

  • Tuck Marth says:

    shoulda talked more about the great state of Superior

  • Brutus von Manhammer says:

    I hate this guy. I don't know why. Maybe its his retarded haircut. Someone fucked up your hair bro

  • gregory Kelsey says:

    I like this guy

  • David Nelson says:

    California means Hot as an Oven in Spanish.

  • Massachusetts Mapping says:

    7:36 it's kind of fitting though considering they made their symbol the California grizzly which went extinct afterward.

  • John Nada says:

    Maybe next time you could bother yourself to learn to pronounce Appalachia correctly.

  • hydrolito says:

    How doe you know they were naming Jefferson after Thomas Jefferson, it could have been Jefferson Davis. We have states of Virginia, Louisiana, Maryland named after Virginia, Louis and Mary all first names.

  • StOmp -EE5 says:

    I live in California and whenever I drive up north past mount Shasta it’s like leaving the state, everybody thinks their Jefferson and there’s “welcome to Jefferson” signs and stuff like that

  • tenchimuyo69 says:

    Adams was kind of the Trump of his time (replace Latin America and Muslims with the French in terms of his foreign policy and immigration policy), so I get why people hesitate to applaud him.

  • Brayden Wormer says:

    Hehehehe “thick bush”

  • Brayden Wormer says:

    Honestly I think making Superior its own state makes a lot of sense.

  • Marion Watsica says:

    Let’s split up Rhode Island

  • TheLurkingPanda says:

    3:38 was east florida really on the west side?

  • Miguel MezaOnYoutube says:

    “Thick Bush” Grow Up.

  • c.s.p site 123-J site Commander says:

    I think I like the original name and the one with a k in it and also new Virginia also the East they're actually going west so why do they have the name of West Virginia just call it new Virginia because that's a better name

  • Don Braugh says:

    Interesting historical video well done. Then you said the giveaway of FDRs plan being about infrastructure when it was way more than you can apparently wrap your head around: National govt.-control, packing the Supreme Court with friendly judges who would support the New Deal. Never before has a US President made such a move to Socialism. You lost me there. It's just not factual

  • MGTOW says:

    Did You Know Alaska, And Texas Want To Separate From The United States? Both States Have Got Separatist Parties..Also On 08 August 1999 The Southern Party formed…It Was A Southern Separatist Party…Called The Southern Party..

  • despacito 2 says:

    state of superior

    they speak the language of the gods.

  • Grumpy Torch says:

    Me loooking at thumbnail

    Dont take my panhandle! (Oklahoma)

  • Dillon Kirk says:

    Pretty sure Muskogee is pronounced Muh-sko-gee. Not Muh-skee-gee lol

  • Hoover E Londono says:

    Great videos

  • Hillary's emails to Lorne says:

    Cascadia could be paradise.

  • Edaz says:

    Making a state is difficult

  • Gentlemen #rEkCaH01 Plays says:

    4:34 Texas didn’t fight in the civil war.

  • Chris Ackerley says:

    Please do your research more carefully. The Colorado River drains into the Sea of Cortez [a.k.a. the Gulf of California], not the Pacific Ocean, as you claim @ 7:32. Otherwise, an interesting video. Thanks.

  • Swat says:

    “Land of Caliphs” totally needs it’s own video. My mind can’t comprehend..!

  • Natural Nate says:

    Florida Man Divides The Whole State

  • Oscar FS says:

    Wait! What is Puerto Rico for you (your country) aniway?

  • El Catrin C says:

    Welcome to the six californias, such a lovely place, such a lovely face

  • Don Berwick says:

    So your telling me WEST KOREA isn't a state?? IMPOSSIBLE

  • Collin Champagne says:

    So what’s the name of that Texas-Oklahoma area that wants/wanted to be separate?

  • MARS m Aker says:

    What about north and South Carolina

  • Ian Miles Chungus says:

    Matagorda means kill the fat woman

  • Big Boss says:

    Jefferson would be cool if it was Jefferson Davis

  • Arthas Menethil says:

    There actually are alot of people that have Cascadia flags in western washington. They're mostly hippies, hardcore liberals, or super outdoorsy people that like the idea of a environmentalists paradise that's ruled by a leftist socialist state seperate from the rest of the us

  • Mario Ledesma-Rios says:

    Matagorda is not thick bush you fucking swine

  • Ian Halsall says:

    I find the Washington/Columbia confusion hilarious. Although, I do spend a lot of time in Seattle and it becomes rather irritating that I have to always emphasise to my friends back home in the UK that I am not in the DC but the State!

  • Chris R says:

    The word “conch” in Conch Republic is pronounced like “konk” not with the ch sound. It’s confusing.

  • Andy Cheng says:

    I guess youtube recommendations have brought us all back together again

  • 54markl says:

    Here’s an old state of America …. stupidity! 😂

  • StarWarFan says:

    Make Guam and Puerto Rico states.

    Come on, they've earned it.

  • Aghato Zhimomi says:

    If the people from Texas and California are called Texan and Californian respectively, then what does the people from Washington Territory calls themselves?? Washingtonian Territorian???? 😂

  • Yanet Cabrera says:

    3:40 Uhh— You labeled the wrong sides. You labeled the West “East Florida” and the East as “West Florida”.

  • Griffin Tubridy says:

    Here's my two cents on which states should actually be broken up: Northern part of Michigan should become Superior, Upstate New York should separate from New York and become the state of Onterie (After the two lakes it borders) The capital should be either Buffalo or Albany. New York then makes its capital New York City. California should split into Northern and Southern California and make Los Angeles and San Francisco their capitals, Texas should split into Texas and Lee making their capitals Dallas and Houston, Connecticut should merge into Rhode Island maintaining the capital of Providence, and lastly Delaware should inherit the part of Maryland and Virginia east of the Chesapeake bay maintaining the capital of Dover.

  • YurAss says:

    This is why I left school zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

  • Sterling Price says:

    States actually were free independent nations at one time. Texas is correct.
    Also, Yes Lee surrendered, but I wouldn't get so smug as to say they 'Lost." The North "Lost" 100,000 more soldiers than the South did.
    Oh yes, Southern Soldiers weren't fighting to perpetuate slavery. They were fighting to protect their homes and families from an invading army that was waging a war of terror and death upon the innocent civilian populations of Southern States. Your view of history is only 50% correct.

  • Deadbäss says:

    California breaking up just looks so un-proportionate. Two of them looks like the size of an average (small) county in Utah or Wyoming lol

  • Pádraig Ó hÓgain says:

    Always hate the fact that the USA is split between between different states! Makes no point to make more states, the population is filled up with people from different cultures who are far to sadly to start calling themselves AMERICANS! discarding there former heritage and culture and drawing lines on maps, for no reason! they are under one government and doesn't matter if they are in Texas or New York still under the rule of the same government. No point in the division, but of course these so called "Americans" will never realise this!

  • Matthew Cutillo says:


  • Nick Stoker says:

    They were going to name the Washington Territory “Columbia” after the Columbia River. Not Chris

  • jo hn says:

    Uh, it’s Appa-latchun. Also, can we just make California its own country so we don’t have to keep wasting federal money on it?

  • Benjamin B says:

    he never got to the stuff he said he talk about later ;(

  • hitindahead says:

    I’m always down for some matagorda.

  • ugottabekidn says:

    Grow up.

  • Leaves says:

    Don’t forget guys we’re not able to see past 30fps

  • ジェイミーJayme says:

    The way you said Muskogee made me cringe and laugh. I was raised not far from Muskogee, OK. Try saying Tahlequah.

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