Nope. You don't want to move here. There are too many things that you just can't handle about the Cowboy State. There are too many woodland creatures and not enough people just for starters. That's why we put together this list of 10 reasons why you should NOT move to Wyoming. So please don't. If you already live in Wyoming, then please share this message.

  • 1

    There is too much fresh air

    You won't find the brown cloud in the Cowboy State. The air is clean and fresh. People must think the air is so good that they don't need oxygen bars. However, there is a company that sells Wyoming craft air.

    Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
  • 2

    The people are too generous

    People like to give their time and money to the community. These do-gooders help the homeless, kids with cancer, and even animal shelters. You won't find self-indulgent strip malls where you can buy a purse for your dog.

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  • 3

    There are too many local craft beers

    There are -hiccup- too many -yup- good Wyoming made beeeers. You can't sample them all in -hiccup- them all in a night. Dude, I love this song. Turn it UP!

    Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
  • 4

    There is not enough traffic

    Driving across the state or even town to town, you will not have much company.  There won't be the guy riding your bumper. You won't be stuck in a long line of cars pushing themselves down the highway. For miles, you could be the only car on the road.

    Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
  • 5

    There are way too many outdoor activities to do

    You will never have enough time for all the hunting, fishing, backpacking, hiking, snow shoeing, horseback riding, skiing, kayaking, water skiing, mountain biking, river surfing, and Jackalope watching. Nope, you'll never be able to do it all.

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  • 6

    Our national parks and monuments are too big

    Have you ever driven in Yellowstone National Park? It is huge! Plus you have to drive through like 4 other national parks or monuments to get there. Someone should do something. It's a little out of hand.

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  • 7

    If you live here long enough, you will know everyone

    Kiss your anonymity goodbye. If your dog ever gets loose, your neighbors will call you. Need to find a guy who does carpentry, you probably already know them.

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  • 8

    It is way too family friendly

    There are way too many parks. The schools teach the kids too much stuff. The city is so safe. Kids can actually walk home from school without fear of being attacked.

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  • 9

    The landscape never ends

    There is too much empty land. Where are the endless strips of big box stores? Where are all the airports? There is all this room for mountains and trees.

    Bill Schwamle, Townsquare Media
  • 10

    You will be forced to love brown and gold

    Once you start living in Wyoming, you start using words like Pokes and Steamboat. It starts off with maybe a t-shirt that is brown and gold. Then the next thing you know you have hats, gloves, towels, and backpacks all sporting UW pride. On occasion, you will randomly shout, "Go Pokes!"

    Seneca Riggins, Townsquare Media