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Old 12-30-2011, 12:16 PM
Location: Minneapolis
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Originally Posted by Tristan840 View Post
I agree with ya waronxmas. The "country" look if that's what yall wanna call it use to be a cool button down, good pair of jeans, boots and hat was always a preference for style, myself I have always bent the brim quite a bit anytime I buy a new hat. Nowadays you see all the advertisement clothing like John Deere, Browning stickers, people wearing major camo, big knee high wader looking boots and makes ya wonder how many of these people have even stepped foot out in the woods let alone shot a rifle/shotgun or ever been near a farm lol. I think its become "cool" to wear camo and other hunting clothing, at least here in Georgia I've noticed.
I agree with both of you, nowadays the "country" label is overblown. Im twenty, and have one set of really old boots and a bunch of old ratty jeans but I only wear those for work. To go out in public I have nice boots jeans and shirts, but the funny thing is that my style doesn't fit in with the people who think they are "country." Very few people understand! I think it is ridiculous, I had friends that wore camo to prom in high school!

So to the OP I would say that the "good ol boys" are scattered around and would take some looking for because they are mixed in with a lot of country trash.
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:32 AM
Location: city data
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Originally Posted by Zembonez View Post
I live in the Austin / San Antonio TX area and I can't remember the last time I saw a cowboy hat or boots... so this must not be the South you are looking for. I agree with the others. I'd look for a small town in the South. Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia maybe?
i highly disagree there are cows and horses in san antonio and austin and even a few donkeys in both cities. and there plenty of cowboys especially on the outskirts
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:37 AM
Location: Somewhere in Texas
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Originally Posted by MiamiRob View Post
Yikes! I guess they don't care about fashion sense then! Never heard of the term and don't know anyone who chews tabacco except maybe baseball players.
I never did either until I moved to Texas. Ugh!!
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Old 02-21-2012, 10:40 PM
Location: District of Columbia
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Greenville, SC without a doubt. Located in the foothills of Appalachia, a very status quo lil town with tons of rednecks, and those who didn't quite care for your diverse background. Lots of confederate flags in the area, on trucks, in yards, college dorms, etc... I couldn't wait to leave. Ironically even the "educated" people were "less than impressive", shall I say.

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Old 02-22-2012, 04:13 PM
Location: NC
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Originally Posted by gsupstate View Post
From my experiences in the South (in no particular order).......

Jackson, MS
Montgomery, AL
Mobile, AL
Macon, GA
Columbia, SC
Memphis, TN
Fayetteville, NC
Monroe, LA
Tallahassee, FL
Being raised in Columbia, SC. I can't name one person I've personally met who goes 4-Wheelin' and all that others stuff....Maybe in the rural areas near the city, but puhlease don't lump my town in that category. lol
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