What were you most thankful for this Thanksgiving? If you live in Kansas, it might have been Google. If you're a Floridian, it probably was living near the beach.

After the holiday wrapped up, Facebook took a not-even-creepy-at-all look at what users posted to express thanks for . In California, people were thankful for YouTube. A lot of Southern states were thankful for God. Nevada and Wyoming are super thankful for country music, because what would a holiday be without taking time out to remember that Dolly Parton exists and makes music because she truly loves us. Illinois residents must really like their in-laws and people in Michigan are just really thankful that they are not freezing their asses off with out electricity.

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For those interested in how they compiled the info, here's what Facebook had to say:

We started by collecting a set of anonymized English status updates that contained "grateful" or "thankful," as well as the word "day" preceded or followed by a number. These status updates were then aggregated and processed by a text-clustering algorithm so we could identify what people were grateful for.

One of the first things we discovered is that the people who participated in this challenge were overwhelmingly women: 90% of people who participated identified as female on their profile. There are a number of explanations for why this might be: women may be more likely to participate in challenges such as this; women may be more likely to nominate other women than men; women may be more willing to share what they are grateful for on Facebook; etc. To be clear, we think it is unlikely that women are actually more grateful than men.

Also, here's a list of the top ten things people were most thankful for:

I do not see Vodka mentioned on here at all. Which is weird because I thanked Vodka many, many, many times on and before Thanksgiving. I guess this whole thing is just rigged against me.

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