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Old 02-17-2010, 05:30 AM
Location: The Beautiful Bluegrass!
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Thank you, fieldtrip, for the spelling lesson!! My bad!!
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Old 02-17-2010, 09:26 AM
Location: Kentucky
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Originally Posted by fieldtriptonyc View Post
ROFLMAO ! Well, before Pony goes off telling someone to write proper grammar, maybe he/she needs to know how to spell themselves. "grammer" is misspelled. The proper spelling is g-r-a-m-m-a-r.

I don't know why so many people find Lexington snooty. I'm originally from N.KY and had recently lived in Orlando, Florida where there is a lot of snoot. There is really one area I find to be snooty and that's the old Andover. You have a bunch of older snooty people that believe giving is like a chore. We live near the old Andover and when the kids did their fundraising in the area, we had so many nasty rude people slamming doors in our face. We'd received many rejections but they were kind and not nasty like they were in Andover. I did find it amusing when one of their neighbors were hoarders and infested with rats. You know all those rats had to scatter throughout that neighborhood.
I think Andover is just middle class. Maybe some upper middle class on Gingermill Lane. Most people, of any class, don't enjoy sales people coming to their door.
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Old 02-17-2010, 09:56 AM
Location: Todds Rd. area
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Andover Hills is more middle class. The more expensive houses are on Gingermill, Mint Hill, Chestnut Hill, the estate section and the houses near Jacobson Park. Everything else is pretty much in the $200-300k range.

I live out here and hate that somebody had a negative experience with rudeness. I love it out here. All of my neighbors are very friendly. When my kids went around the area selling popcorn for the Boy Scouts, they received a lot of support.

Also, I've never seen a rat running around out here, but we do get cardinals, geese and rabbits.
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