posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 11:08 AM
Originally posted by KrazyJethro
I don't ride motercycles.
I am not excedingly overweight.
I don't drive a truck.
I don't know how to fix cars.
I don't have dress jeans and work jeans.
I don't feel good eating in greesy spoons.
I hate beer.
I hate sports and refuse to learn anything about stats, players, or rules.
I don't think good wine comes from a box.
I don't think All You Can Eat Buffets are a place to take my family for a nice Friday meal out.
I read those funny things called books.
I know more about Islam than what is said on the Fax News Channel.
I wouldn't make "Shake-n-Bake" for guests.
Now it's my turn:
I don't ride motorcycles
I am not overweight in any form
I don't drive a truck, but once I get out of college and buy a farm I will
I know how to fix cars to an certain extent
Jeans are jeans, and anyone that has "work slacks" and "dress slacks" is equally confusing to me
I don't feel good eating greasy spoons either
I hate beer, and I stay away from alcohol
I love sports and I have been able to read a box score for baseball and tell you what it meant since I was 2 years old
I don't like wine
I don't like All You Can Eat Buffets, unless someone else is paying
I read certain books, but not all catch my fancy
Who doesn't know more about Islam than the Fox News Channel?
Shake-n-Bake is appropriate when it is what your guests like to eat
I am a Southern Man, and proud of it. Call me a redneck if you must, but I am well-educated and open-minded enough to learn something new everyday.
A slight overgeneralization on "red-neck people", but picking your own strawberries is great. The majority of the vegetables we eat are purchased
from the Farmers' Market or given to us by our neighbor's from their back yard. I prefer to pick my own blackberries though