Do you remember what was the last thing you searched for on Google? Maybe it was a place to eat (which you can easily find on our site) or some crucial Wikipedia entry to settle a bet. Or if you are in Texas, chances are you were looking for a nanny.
Fixr created a map with Google Autocomplete to see what services people searched for the most in every state. They did this by typing "How much does * cost in Texas." A quick look at the map shows you that our state's results are not that bad compared with others. (Even though when I did it it gave me divorce as the top result. I'm not judging or anything.) Other states have some "surprising" results, such as searches for plastic surgery, electricity and vasectomy.