Travel·Posted on Mar 13, 201416 Things Midwesterners Are Tired Of HearingNo, we don't go cow tipping.by Lara ParkerBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. We all drive trucks. Via corbisimages.com No. Although trucks are useful on the farm and for drive-in movies. 2. We love to go cow tipping. Via ThinkStock Have you ever tried to tip a cow? Doesn't work. 3. County fairs are the highlight of the year. Via Instagram: @itsme_sarahgreen Yes, we all love a good lemon shake-up. But going to the fair is certainly not the highlight of our year. Unless you win Grand Champion Alfalfa...then it's the highlight of your year. 4. We are all a bunch of rednecks. Columbia Pictures Only in the summers when we spend too much time at the lake without sunscreen! 5. We live for country music. Via countrymusicpride.com As of 2013, country music is the most-listened to genre in the entire country...not just the midwest. 6. And cheap beer. Via theonion.com Does anyone like cheap beer? 7. All of our parties are in barns or in a field. And at these parties, we play corn hole. Via skreened.com I mean not EVERY party... 8. We are all incredibly conservative. Via hrhero.com Sure there are many conservative viewpoints, but there are just as many liberal viewpoints. It varies each year just like any other place. 9. We never want to leave our town, much less our state. Via davidejackson.com Plenty of us leave. And most of us come back. 10. We eat copious amounts of cheese. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Columbia Pictures / Via giphy.com But really, don't we all? 11. And our constant consumption of fast food is making us fat. Via aht.seriouseats.com According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, about 30% of the midwest is considered obese. But that means 70% aren't considered obese. It's not great, but it could be worse. 12. We deep fry everything and dip 99% of our food in Ranch dressing. NBC / Via unassumingeuonym.com Okay so maybe we put Ranch with our pizza, but who doesn't? 13. We're poor. Via bizbuilder.com According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, most midwest states are very close to average in terms of the national rate of disposable income. But Illinois, Minnesota, and North Dakota are above average. 14. And we're uneducated. Via rhl.org High School Graduates:South: 30%Midwest: 32%Northeast: 31%West: 24%College Graduates (Bachelor's degree):South: 16%Midwest: 17%Northeast: 19%West: 19% 15. The midwest is just a bunch of cornfields and wide open spaces. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Adriana Rodriguez / Via tumblr.com Sure, we have a lot of cornfields. But we also have some of the greatest cities in the U.S. 16. And we drive tractors to school. Via Instagram: @bray31_ Only on FFA Tractor Day, OK?!