Oklahomaball is the 46th state of USA-icon ᎠᎺᏰᏟball (USAball in Cherokee language). He's your typical redneck cattle rancher, but he can be also a Native American. He is occasionaly depicted as wearing a ball cap with one of the major Oklahoma colleges on it (it depends on which college has the most likes on Facebook-icon Faceblock, currently OU). The sole reason why he doesn't commit suicide is because he'll miss an OU/Texas game. Chuck Norris and Stephen Hillenburg was born here.


Oklahoma's clay was mostly inhabited by Osages and other Native American tribes until 1834, when USA-icon USAball started giving him eastern tribes that, in his eyes, were taking up space. Those tribes, mainly Cherokee-icon Cherokeeball, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), and Seminole, gave Oklahoma government and monies, until USA started letting settlers live there in 1889. In 1907, Oklahoma became an official stateball. In the 1930's, during the Dust Bowl, all of his crops died and turned to dust. At first, he emmigrated to California-icon Californiaball's clay for help, but later decided to go back. Since then, he has invented the electric guitar, the space suit, parking meter, and a bunch of other stuff!

He has two ghost towns named Picher and Cardin in Ottawa County, both towns along with Trecce in Kansas-icon Kansasball have suffered from lead poisoning after residents went on the large chat piles, and the water getting contaminated with lead since the lead and zinc mines near by shut down in the 60's, the Picher - Cardin area is part of the Tar Creek Superfund Site and is planned to be cleaned in the future.


  • Texas-icon Texasball - My Boomers will always squash you! It's a slobber-knocker whenever our rival football teams face off. Boomer Sooner! However, since you cannot into gambling, I get a lot of my gambling revenues from you.
  • Kansas-icon Kansasball - Only state more boring than me by jiminy! also a tornado hotspot state.
  • Ohio-icon OhioRawr - Only state with more astronauts than me.
  • Nebraska-icon Nebraskaball - Like Kansas, but more far north, hit hard by tornadoes too.


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