Originally Posted by AsphaltCowboy
There's tons of those girls that act all tough at my highschool. They hang out with all the "hicks" and think there hot stuff. Gets a little annoying. 80 percent of these hicks don't know there way around a horse or any sort of livestock. They put on some boots and automatically that makes them country. And when people ask me why I don't hangout with hicks.. I just tell them. There's a difference between hicks and cowboys/cowgirls. Hicks don't give much respect to anyone. A cowboy/cowgirl was taught by their mom and dad to give respect to anyone that treats you with respect. Maybe the hicks will learn when they get out into the real world...
I apologize for my off topic rant!! Haha and sorry if I offended anyone. I've just had ongoing hostility with hicks at school. Is it just me or do all the hicks just like chevy? All of them hate ford and are neutral to dodge/ram (at least in my region). I'm personally a ford guy but everyone hates ford apparently. Okay I'm done talking offtopic!!
1. As I read your post, I thought that you are such a baby. Saw your age...and sure enough, you are just a baby. I am about double your age.
2. This thread derailed from the original train of thought long ago. You aren't taking it off track anymore than it already was.
3. You're post didn't offend me, and didn't come across to me as being offensive to anybody that has a functional brain, AKA not hicks.
4. Ford=fuck over rebuilt dodge. There will always be haters against ford Chevy and dodge. What I personally have come to is not so much a hate for any of them, but rather a love for Toyota. Each of the big 3 have their merits and drawbacks. Dodge has cummins, but transmissions suck. Ford had the 300 CID straight 6 motor, but discontinued it. Chevy has the Allison transmission and has had a few gas motors for a lot of years that have been good (327, 350, 263 v6, 454)
5. Chicks in high school are still very vain and don't know what they want. High school is also more of a popularity contest than much else. A lot of people don't get over that until more than 10 years after graduation. I was one of the loner types in high school and started to fit in toward the end with the geek group when I started to care less. The advice I give to you now is to do what you want to make yourself happy, not to be cool in the eyes of others. Sounds like you kind of do that already. In 10 years, being cool in high school won't really matter.