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Country girls VS. "Country girls"

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  • Country girls vs california girls
  • Real country girls vs fake country girls

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    01-21-2013, 12:01 AM
  #11
Yearling
Oh I totally know were ur coming from! I live out by edmonton alberta and every no and then me and my husband will head into town for a rodeo or go to the bar, and ur surrounded by these girls and guys who try to pull off the country look thinking they look cool. Well sorry to say but you look like crap because you don't have any experience behind that belt buckle. A true country person doesnt try to follow some trend or try to look the part we wear what we wear because that's what helps us get the job done. No one ever saw a real cowgirl/countrygirl, throwing hay bales in daisy dukes, with a perfect tan, with her shirt done up under her boobs! Because that would hurt like heck!
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    01-21-2013, 12:02 AM
  #12
Weanling
Whelp, if yall don't like the pictures ill take them down but in my mind, they put them up on a website for everyone to see and thousands of other people have liked them, shared them and they are all over the internet
     
    01-21-2013, 12:03 AM
  #13
Yearling
Comm down just think of it as halloween ,dressing up in these pictures for the men to look at :)
     
    01-21-2013, 12:08 AM
  #14
Weanling
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Originally Posted by cowgirl4753    
Oh I totally know were ur coming from! I live out by edmonton alberta and every no and then me and my husband will head into town for a rodeo or go to the bar, and ur surrounded by these girls and guys who try to pull off the country look thinking they look cool. Well sorry to say but you look like crap because you don't have any experience behind that belt buckle. A true country person doesnt try to follow some trend or try to look the part we wear what we wear because that's what helps us get the job done. No one ever saw a real cowgirl/countrygirl, throwing hay bales in daisy dukes, with a perfect tan, with her shirt done up under her boobs! Because that would hurt like heck!
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THANK YOU!!!! Someone who understand what im feeling like. Hard work comes behind belt buckles and for someone to just go buy their own at the store is just almost insulting to the people who earn theirs ya know?? Gah.
     
    01-21-2013, 12:10 AM
  #15
Weanling
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Originally Posted by loveduffy    
comm down just think of it as halloween ,dressing up in these pictures for the men to look at :)
good point, I really don't mean to get SO worked up about it but I just really was bothered and upset about it tonight
     
    01-21-2013, 12:16 AM
  #16
Started
I don't know if I should be offended by this...

I ride horses and have earned a few buckles from regional competitions over the years. I feed them, clean out stalls, and have to do all the hard work that goes into horse ownership. *However* I don't dress one way or another If its hot out, my neighbors just might see me doing my chores in a spagetti strap shirt and short jean shorts. Heck! I've ridden my horses around in my bikini (not the best idea I've had). My next door neighbor sometimes does her horse work in a sports bra and shorts. Out here in Southern California, it gets hot and we dress according to the weather.
On the other hand, if I feel like wearing jeans and a button up plaid shirt(one I would wear while riding gymkhana) to school, I will. And guess what? I might not even ride my horse that day! Crazy, right?
And another thing, I ride quads probably once a year, but if I was offered the chance to ride one right now, I'd go for it without asking for instructions. It isn't difficult.
Last thing, I have no clue what to do with a car. I know that when my 22 year old Honda Accord starts shaking I need to pop the hood and push a plug looking thing back into the engine. That's about it.
But that doesn't make me any more or less of a country girl than you. We're just different. No need to be judgemental.
     
    01-21-2013, 12:20 AM
  #17
Trained
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Originally Posted by cowgirl4753    
Oh I totally know were ur coming from! I live out by edmonton alberta and every no and then me and my husband will head into town for a rodeo or go to the bar, and ur surrounded by these girls and guys who try to pull off the country look thinking they look cool. Well sorry to say but you look like crap because you don't have any experience behind that belt buckle. A true country person doesnt try to follow some trend or try to look the part we wear what we wear because that's what helps us get the job done. No one ever saw a real cowgirl/countrygirl, throwing hay bales in daisy dukes, with a perfect tan, with her shirt done up under her boobs! Because that would hurt like hell!
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HAHA
I went to Cowboys once before it got shut down. 'Nuff said.

Like Ethan, I'm horsey but you never tell. I blast Slipknot (Ah, Corey Taylor...Delicious!), ride and wear skater shoes, own two Chihauhaus and a pittbull (and Arabians! ) and have an affection for fast sports cars ( yeah,I also own a Dodge!!)

I'm just me and to heck with anyone who don't like it!
     
    01-21-2013, 12:22 AM
  #18
Yearling
As the song go" I was country before country was cool " remember the people can see thought the fake ones, there just do not have the attitude to be cowboys or cowgirls
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    01-21-2013, 12:27 AM
  #19
Green Broke
The real ones stand out to the real ones.

I feel the same way as you... Except I am guilty of taking. Picture with me under the good of a vehicle. Atleast at the time, I was trying to learn. Hahaha!
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    01-21-2013, 12:33 AM
  #20
Weanling
It's called cultural appropriation, and it happens all the time, in many different circumstances. Chances are, the subjects of those photos have no idea or intention that they are being offensive. That doesn't make it right, however. And as MangoRoX87, the authentic "country" people know their own kind.
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