Officials in Florida recently proclaimed what every Florida resident has known for years: it really should be two states. And while the proposal hasn’t gained much momentum, and likely won’t, there aren’t many people who’d say it was a bad idea.
Florida, however, isn't the only state that operates like a dysfunctional family stuck on an 18-hour road trip. Sure, there are places like New York and Illinois with only one major city and a lot of farmland. But they still seem to get along. These five states, on the other hand, have sections that want nothing to do with each other, and are probably better off getting divorced.