Country girls VS. "Country girls"
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 dont. 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 dont even have horses, dont 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 thats 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 thats 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 gonna 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"
Stereotypes are for judgemental people.
I wouldnt call myself a country girl but people do. I know the basics on a car I am no beauty queen either lol. I understand what you are saying though.
Just saying, not everyone tries to live by stereotypes. I still consider myself a "good ole country boy" even though I listen to Indie Rock bands rather than country. I consider myself a western equestrian even though I don't always strut around in my boots with jeans tucked in and my spurs janglin in public like the Cowboys do.
I personally only think that stereotypes are meant for people who don't enjoy being or accepting themselves.
and thats kind of what i mean though, your a western rider but you dont have to dress up the part to be the part. some dress up because thats how they are everyday, especially working cowboys. not so much on the cowgirl side, although it does happen. but im just saying like for example, if you seen a guy in brand new boots with not an ounce of wear or tear on them, no mud or anything with new spur straps shiny and polished up, in crisp blue jeans and a cinch shirt with a nice stetson hat smelling pretty.... what would your first thought be, i would imagine it wouldnt be "he must have just got done working horses for the day" it might be more along the lines of damn thats once rich or famous cowboy, or along the lines of wow he hasnt touched mud a day in his life. ya know what im saying?
like this, that girl on the 4wheeler, yeah shes adorable and all but we dont actually dress like that when we ride 4wheelers or whatever. and if we did, im sure our hair wouldnt be flawless at the least. obviously she just is sitting on it trying to look like a cute country girl. the girl in the bikini, maybe shes country, maybe shes not but when i look at it, to me it looks like she just found a cowgirl hat and wanted to look like a sexy cowgirl in a bikini or something... and the last picture of the girls with the car, that was the picture that initially set me off.
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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I agree about the permission thing....
I've never won a buckle either haha however i do love bling therefore my belt is blingy haha it only gets worn when i am running though.
In feeling ya, even though I'm a guy. I'm not sure how many guys and gals my wife calls out at bars lol. To look at me 99% of the time you'd never guess I've ever touched a horse. I wear my work clothes and Work boots. Come time to ride though I put on my corral's and still ride in my work clothes. Matter of fact, only time a show shirt comes out for any of our family is nice dinners or shows that require them.
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