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    01-26-2013, 01:10 AM
  #91
Yearling
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Originally Posted by AlottaBitCountry    
Im sorry, Im just in one of those moods tonight. I really hate seeing pictures plastered all over the internet of these "country girls" in their little daisy dukes, dress boots, plaid shirts tied under their boobs and cheap cowgirl hats. Their blingy belts, with belt buckles they had to purchase because they didnt earn one.

I hate seeing pictures of these girls standing next to a car with the hood open as if they really know anything about what is under the hood, and I can garuntee you dressed up like that chances are they don't. A girl who really knew what was going on under the hood would probably be in sweat pants, ragged old boots, a screwed up pony tail and tank top, hands in and everything.

I hate seeing girls dressed up in their cowgirl get up, holding a horses lead rope, when first of all they don't even have horses, don't know how to ride or have never even been out to a barn before. They stand pretty and take a picture with a horse and magically they are total horse girls, all around cowgirls, look at me, im so country im a sexy cowgirl... yeah, no. We all know how it really is in the barn, and unless your in some type of show you arent going to dress like a beauty queen just to go riding. And if you were a real horse person you would have a million photos of you and your horses in all different scenarios.

Just because you can look like you walked off a runway and sit on a 4wheeler, mud free at that... does not make you an outdoor, 4wheel riding, mudding country girl. If you were a real country girl, again, you wouldnt be dressed up like that and youd be covered in mud or in tennis shoes or ragged boots, not your pretty cowgirl looking boots you bought from wet seal in your little flower sun dress with your perfect hair. No.

Girls taking pictures with GUNS, I wonder how many of them have even shot a gun before, they have pictures holding guns and aiming guns like ohhhhh real country girl right here watch out im a good shot bla bla, when the scope is right on their eye... black eye in 3, 2, 1... or not even holding it right at all, and once again in their "cowgirl" get up thinking they look so cute and honestly thinking people will believe they actually do half of this stuff. Id like the see the picture where she had a black eye after trying to shoot how she claims she does in her pretty pictures... how about a video actually of the kick back... that would be a sight to see.

Im sure some of you will hate on what I have to say, but anyone who is truly from the country or the midwest or knows how we really do it in the country I would imagine are just as annoyed as I am with this...

Shame on you girls who think our lifestyle is so "cute" and "easy" to handle. Its hard and not as pretty as you would like to think! We fall off our horses time and time again, we wear jeans, pony tails, ragged boots and belt buckles we earned ourselves. We are under the hood of a car because **** needs fixed, not because that's what a man wants to see, sure it can be cute regaurdless but your not fooling anyone in that outfit and just staring under the hood. Do you know where the dipstick is even at? Can you do something simple like change an air filter or do you even know where that's located? Can you take off a tire and replace your own brake pads? Didnt think so. How about getting the 4wheeler stuck in the mud???? You going to sit up there and wait for a cowboy to pull you out or are you going to be like the rest of us country girls who jump right down in the mud and get to working that thing out. When us country girls play with guns, we actually pull the trigger and hit the targets..

Just totally bothers me all of these girls wanting to act like "oh im so sexy im a cowgirl look at my boots and hat"

Rant over.

THANK YOU.

We have a lot of...well...some girls at our school who think they are country because they wear boots...really?
     
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    01-26-2013, 01:32 AM
  #92
Banned
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Originally Posted by TheAQHAGirl    
THANK YOU.

We have a lot of...well...some girls at our school who think they are country because they wear boots...really?

Holy taking judgement to a whole new level.
     
    01-26-2013, 03:55 AM
  #93
Trained
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. OP, when you see others posing at what you really are, take it as a compliment!
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    01-26-2013, 04:38 AM
  #94
Started
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Originally Posted by TheAQHAGirl    
THANK YOU.

We have a lot of...well...some girls at our school who think they are country because they wear boots...really?
Oh goodness... hopefully as you mature you realize that that sort of judgement just isn't acceptable.

Tell me. What makes a '****'? Someone who wears revealing clothes? Is sexually deviant? Do you know all of these girls personally enough to know their sexual behaviour? Is it really any of your business to judge them for it anyway? Since when does a girl doing what she chooses to do with her body make her a '****'? What makes you better than her?

I'm sorry, but those sorts of labels irk me to a whole new level.
     
    01-26-2013, 05:31 AM
  #95
Trained
The definition from the dictionary means "some girls".
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    01-27-2013, 07:27 AM
  #96
Green Broke
It is weird. A lot of country girls don't even wear hats, boots, buckles, etc. I'm a country girl, but a very unstereotypical one. I ride English, event, listen to rap, snowboard, but also I live half an hour from any shopping place, go wheeling, know how to shoot, and I definitely know how to get dirty!

But at the same time, I think a lot of girls just think the clothing is cute, not what we actually DO. When non-country girls dress up in hats, boots, buckles, it's not because they want to BE us, they just like our outfits. Just my opinion.
     
    01-27-2013, 08:05 AM
  #97
Weanling
Where I grew up, our town had 2 traffic lights and the inside of the city was mostly the ghettoareas. The rest of us lived on acreage of country land on the outskirts. We didn't have a high school but went to one about 30 minutes away with what we called pretend country. These were the folks with money who might have a fancy house on an acre of a perfectly manicured grass that you weren't even supposed to walk through, much less let an animal on it. And of course it was them with the crisp, brand new camo jackets and blingy belts and colorful boots. None were really my style but those of us who had to work in our clothes were shabby looking with well worn boots and fading jackets. They poured out uppity snobbery and claimed they could afford to be real country because daddy bought them all these things, so I can understand where the resentment comes from. After 4 years with these people, my most mild mannered friend finally knocked one out,one hit KO. Guess lifting all those real hay bales builds more strength than sitting on one for a picture. Think of it that way.
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    01-27-2013, 09:05 AM
  #98
Foal
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Originally Posted by GamingGrrl    
Do you have permission to be using these people's pictures??
I'd be kind of upset if I found my face posted on a forum in a thread about fake people.....
Just something to think about. :)
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lol pls! Once you post picture on line you run a risk someone going to use them anyways!

Don't want people to use them then don;t upload them...
     
    01-27-2013, 09:17 AM
  #99
Showing
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Originally Posted by northwesten    
lol pls! Once you post picture on line you run a risk someone going to use them anyways!

Don't want people to use them then don;t upload them...
Um, not exactly. Have you ever heard of copyright infringement? If these are just random things posted on the web, then have at it. If they're copyrighted, then you can't post them without permission from the owner.

Legal ramifications aside, how would YOU feel if you posted a picture of yourself, then found it on a website where people were making fun of you and calling you a poseur and a **** based on nothing but the clothes you're wearing?
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    01-27-2013, 09:27 AM
  #100
Foal
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Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
Um, not exactly. Have you ever heard of copyright infringement? If these are just random things posted on the web, then have at it. If they're copyrighted, then you can't post them without permission from the owner.

Legal ramifications aside, how would YOU feel if you posted a picture of yourself, then found it on a website where people were making fun of you and calling you a poseur and a **** based on nothing but the clothes you're wearing?
I will bold this for you as you didn't get it.

"Once you post picture on line you run a risk someone going to use them anyways!"

It's the internet so copyright infringement or not doesn't really matter much!

Come to posting pics and making fun of people of course not going to be nice but what has that gotta do with my post? Nothing.
     

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