HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 10 (UPI) -- Comedian and talk show host Chris Hardwick asked his audience to rebrand every state in America on Wednesday's episode of @Midnight, and fans of the fledgling Comedy Central talk show did not disappoint.
The challenge started as part of a game called Hashtag Wars, a sort of competitive roast where celebrities hurl jokes and insults using Twitter-style hashtags for categories.
"Idaho: The home office of the Klan -- no seriously! It's the home office of the Klan," snarked Jack Black when Hardwick asked him for #NewStateMottos.
Twitter users kept it going, Tweeting their favorite insults and in-jokes about each state's troubled history, cultural stereotypes and bad drivers.
Below is sample of the best Twitter had to offer for each state in America.
#newstatemottos California: Knows how to party. Yes, they do. But only until 1:30 when they stop serving, so annoying.— Jamin (@jaminburdett) September 10, 2014
Florida- Where your grandparents and your rights go to die #NewStateMottos— La Femme Politicale (@FemmePoliticale) September 10, 2014
#NewStateMottos Illinois: Our governors' term limits consist of impeachment proceedings.— Steven David Kluber (@sdkluber) September 10, 2014
#NewStateMottos Indiana: We used to have Peyton Manning— hashtagfourfour (@44coletrain44) September 10, 2014
— Jason Ryan (@JasonRyGuy) September 10, 2014
"Maryland: Ray Rice No Longer Works Here"#NewStateMottos @midnight— Caleb Bacon (@CalebEatsBacon) September 10, 2014
Massachusetts: liberal on most things, except race. Unless sports. #NewStateMottos— Matt Mira (@MattMira) September 10, 2014
New Hampshire: "We Recycle Used Senators" #NewStateMottos— NeanderthalPrivilege (@Shgamha) September 10, 2014
— Tim Ross (@TimRossComedy) September 10, 2014
South Carolina: "What do you mean 'that's racist'?" #NewStateMottos— Paul Kane (@PortablePaul) September 10, 2014
South Dakota: Peyton Manning Thought About Visiting Here Once #NewStateMottos— Count Van Ghoul (@CountVanGhoul) September 10, 2014
Texas: Everything you hate about America, but bigger! #NewStateMottos— Christopher Ryan (@ChrisRyanPhD) September 10, 2014
Utah: We Have A Chipotle Now! #NewStateMottos— Ryan Patricks (@Ryan_Patricks) September 10, 2014