It's your time to get all the guys! Buy a shirt that says "Souther Girl" and watch the guys come to you! ;)
I will get right on that! Maybe I will make a specific trademark shirt for us. We'll be the new Pink Ladies and will be recognized everywhere. Move over Kardashians; the South has risen!
Lol Kardashi... who? It's all about the South now hahaI'd watch the show whenever it's on :D
@zorro8888 Woohoo! I'm already building a fan base! Now I just need the funds. Lol.
Hmm... interesting. lol
@xHoneyxBeexI'll make it enjoyable for you don't worry
Lol that gif haha
I don't even know what tobsay to that lol
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its the accent.. defo
@Watermelonoma and @zorro8888 We don't have accents. ; )
@Watermelonoma Hahaha! Well, at least they aren't the same as what is portrayed in the movies. It drives me nuts when the characters are supposed to be from New Orleans and sound absolutely nothing like us.
@crystalt70when i think southern girls, this is the first thing that comes to mind, lolhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUFL2GT1-2g
@Watermelonoma LMBO! Yes indeed. I get a kick out of those ladies. This video is pretty spot-on. The phrases are said all over the south, but the accents differ from place to place. I am in Texas at the moment and my daughter was just saying how she loves their accents. If I had to guess without doing my homework, I would say these women were from Georgia.
The redhead sounds different though. She is probably from another state, but close to Georgia.
@crystalt70i know no southern girls in my non internet life. its a real shame. The only southern state I've been to is florida. I wonder if its safe enough for me to date you folks without getting tarred and feathered
@Watermelonoma, my phone is being a jerk. Sorry for the multiple comments. I was trying to say that they all sound slightly different, but very close. The redhead sounds more different than the rest. One of them sounds closer to women in my area. One sounded like she was around Mississippi ir Alabama. The more fancy of the ladies definitely seems like a Georgia woman. They tend to be a little more refined and make me think of the show Designing Women. I wouldn't pin any of them to be from Florida or Texas. I'm thinking the redhead might be from Tennessee or South Carolina. I "liked" their fb page a while back. I wonder if they say anything about their roots. I'm intrigued now and will have to check it out.
@crystalt70damn, haha. well you certainly know your southern accents :p i haven't a clue
@Watermelonoma As far as dating a southern girl, it depends on the area within each state. Interracial dating is becoming more and more common, but is still frowned upon by many. You can be in my area and have some that completely accept it, some that don't like it, but will just kind of shake their head and walk away and some that are absolutely against it. The older the person, the more likely they are to be against it. Those who are raised to be racist arel also more likely to be adamantly against it. The KKK still practices, but not so publicly. I was completely shocked to hear from a friend's fb post that she was appalled to see a person wearing that costume in front of one of our stores holding a hate filled sign up. He was removed by authorities. I don't know where he came from because we have never seen that before. There are many nutcases around that see something happening in a community and will use scare tactics to try to stop it.
@crystalt70interesting :) ill keep that in mind then the next time im in florida
@Watermelonoma Just stay out of the country types of towns. That's where more trouble seems to be. You should be good in places like Miami. I'm in the Greater New Orleans area where whites seem to be becoming the minority. N. O. was dubbed "chocolate city" by Mayor Ray Nagin after Hurricane Katrina. Since the hurricane, a lot of Hispanics have flooded the area. In the GNO area, there are sections where different races tend to populate the most. New Orleans East has a section populated by Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese people with another section full of Mexicans, but it also tends to be mostly black. Whites are rare in this area. The East Bank of the Mississippi River and bordering the 9th Ward and N. O. East is mostly white with a mixture of different cultures. The Battle of New Orleans was fought here and is where General Andrew Jackson, and local volunteers, including Jean Lafitte (the pirate) and his men, defended the city from the invading British. This area along with the city
Part of N. O. is rich in history. Lots of French, Creole, Canary Island, and Cajun people reside here and can date their ancestors back to the beginning. I have friends who are considered Creole, which means their ancestors were both black and white. They are some of the most beautiful people of our area. I also have friends who are considered to be cajun or cajun french. Their accents are awesome to listen to. A very close friend of mine shocked me the vwey firat time I heard her speak cajun french to her family. She can turn her accents on and off depending on the people she is dealing with. The true inheritors of this particular part of land is the canary islanders. My father's ancestors come from this group. These people are a form of Spanish, but not in the way that most would picture when you think hispanic. They were very unique individuals who could also be considered cajun. I know, I got off topic a bit, but I wanted to explain what I meant by a mixture of cultures here.
@Watermelonoma My whole point of all that was to show the huge mixture in cultures in my area. Go a bit more west Louisiana and you will see more racism. I have family around the Lafayette area and I heard a story about 10 years ago about a black boy who was tied behind the truck of two white boys and dragged through the streets before being hung from an oak tree. All because he was dating a white girl. I was horrified that this still happened. Like I said, it's all about the area of a state and the views of the majority of residents there.