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Old 06-16-2012, 02:32 PM
 
Location: OKIE-Ville
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Both A and B are true. Oklahoma is very much like Texas in almost every way. But the cost of living is fairly low and Tulsa is an attractive, interesting city.
True. And along with T-Town....OK City is a great city. But shhhhhhh.....we want all this intel to remain a secret.

Also in my esteemed opinion, Okies are generally much more handsome than Texans.....probably due to all the blending of Native Americans and Cowboys.
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Old 06-16-2012, 06:23 PM
 
Location: West Michigan
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True. And along with T-Town....OK City is a great city. But shhhhhhh.....we want all this intel to remain a secret.
Oh come on, can't I just let my wife and her parents in on our little secret? Please? I promise they are good people, despite their Left Coast ignorance! I'm trying to educate...

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Also in my esteemed opinion, Okies are generally much more handsome than Texans.....probably due to all the blending of Native Americans and Cowboys.
I wholeheartedly agree. My Okie momma was a beauty in her day. My dad pulled up in front of her house and she was standing on the front porch. He took one look at her and said to himself, "That's the one."

And my mom took one look at his ' 67 Corvette Stingray convertible and said to herself, "That's the one!"

Seriously though, I'm from California, which has plenty of beautiful people, and I remember being struck by the overall beauty of the Oklahoma people. Just sayin'.
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