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Flappy Bird cheats top google searches for Mississippi in 2014

BGR most googled graphic. BGR most googled graphic.
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

According to BGR.com, cheating was on the brain for Mississippians in 2014.

Cheating at the game Flappy Bird, that is. 

According to a graphic by BGR.com, the most googled topic for Mississippi in 2014 was Flappy Bird cheats. The graphic shows the entire nation and the most popular topics, people and events each state googled more than any other. 

The list for Mississippi searches also included the recording artist Ciara, and whether or not she was pregnant. 

Other popular searches for the state included Cee Lo Green, Robin Thicke, Raven-Symone, and The Ultimate Warrior James Brian Hellwig. 

Check out the graphic to see what the rest of the nation googled in the year 2014. 

See the graphic here. 

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