"I'm sick of following my dreams. I'm just going to ask them where they're goin', and hook up with them later."

One of my favorite comedians, Mitch Hedberg said that, and honestly when it comes to Montana residents it seems as if we could care less about our dreams.

At least that's according to a recent study that looked at how often each state googled their dreams.

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The website Each Night looked at Google trends to see what each state in America was looking up regarding their dreams.

Montana ranked number 49 in the amount of dreams looked up. That just beat out Iowa who ranked number 50 for least amount of searches.

Either we just don't dreams, or have no desire to know what it means when we dream all our teeth fall out, or aren't prepared for a test.

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A Conceptual Dream with a sleeping face in the middle of brightly colored smoke and clouds

Montanans Do Dream, But Most Of Us Just Don't Look For Meaning In Them

While we might not be like Nevada which came in ranked number 1 for searching for the meaning of their dreams, we do try a little bit.

For every 100,000 citizens 319 of us are waking up and searching for what it meant when we had that reoccurring dream about snakes that we've had since we first watched Indiana Jones.

Oh, wait, that's probably just me.

So, while we might not Google our dreams a lot, we do have 5 that we Google more often than not; to see what those are, check out the gallery of the most commonly searched dreams.

The Most Common Dreams in Every State in the Nation

Curious if your nocturnal wonderings match up with the most commonly searched dreams in your state? Based on Google search data in a study conducted by EachNight.com, here's a look at the 5 Most Common Dreams in Every State in the Nation

Gallery Credit: Scott Clow

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