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are cowgirls hot?
yes 60%  60%  [ 21 ]
no 40%  40%  [ 14 ]
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08 Mar 2008, 12:05 am

Cowboys rock!



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08 Mar 2008, 11:24 pm

I married a cowgirl...;) they don't take no guff...;)



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09 Mar 2008, 12:28 am

depends what the cow gilr in question likes in country music, if its "young country" than no, if it folk blues which has alot of traditioanl country influences or stuff like Willie Nelson than heck yeah it's hot, inspite of my post about the country bar I don't hate country in and of itself, I just like much older groups and artists.



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09 Mar 2008, 12:43 pm

hmm... there ok



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11 Mar 2008, 5:13 am

Cowgirls as in, females who run cattle and whatnot out in the sticks?

I've found people in the country to be more easy going out here (Oz), which equates to being easier to interact with for someone who has trouble interacting with people, whether they're male or female (they talk slow like me too). My mother always said I belong out where I was born, and she's always been right concerning such.

The rope, pistol and rounds Alba is packing are far more "hot" to me than she is, I have this thing with finding people I don't like/love as attractive (I just cannot do it for some reason or another).



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11 Mar 2008, 6:49 am

I'm not a cowgirl, but I wear a black stetson. When I go out walking, people always yell "Where's your horse?!" :roll: Such fun.


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11 Mar 2008, 4:21 pm

Aridarr wrote:
I'm not a cowgirl, but I wear a black stetson. When I go out walking, people always yell "Where's your horse?!" :roll: Such fun.


Hey, you could always get a sport bike or v-rod.



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15 Mar 2008, 6:27 pm

Nah, they remind me of a culture I frankly dislike. I just don't find them attractive. Too blonde. Too American. Too Southern. Too...Cowgirly. lol.



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15 Mar 2008, 7:28 pm

I can't stand that classic southern ignorance...
I try not to stereotype, but all southerners with southern accents that I know are like that.
Thus, cowgirls are a GIGANTIC turn off.
If I was watching a porn, and some chick started talking in a southern accent, my chubby would be gone in seconds flat.


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16 Mar 2008, 12:03 am

Then again, what if she was atypical - ie. country or folk, cowgirl, but had a 150 IQ - she'd likely have some pretty interesting leanings.



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16 Mar 2008, 7:42 pm

The_Cinephile wrote:
I can't stand that classic southern ignorance...
I try not to stereotype, but all southerners with southern accents that I know are like that.


Either you don't know many Southerns, or you just had a bad pick of them.

I've lived in both the South and the North, for about equal amounts of time now... a little bit longer in the South, but it doesn't matter much. And I have to say, I found so much more ignorance in the North. So, so much more. The town that I live in now is a teeny, racist, homophobic, closed minded hovel with people who think they're better than everyone else, especially Southerns. The town I lived in in the South was also fairly tiny, but it was far more open, and about half the population was in some minority or another (whether it be a racial minority, sexual minority, ect), and everyone was absolutely fine with it.

The questions I got when I moved up here were absurd: "Did you ever get in trouble for calling someone a scallyway/carpetbagger?" "Do blacks really sell watermelons by the highway there?" "Do you know a lot of people in the KKK?" The answer to all of them was no (actually, my answer to the last one was that yeah, there was a meeting every Sunday in the church, but people took me seriously (I was being sarcastic), so I switched to no), and each person seemed disappointed. At first, I couldn't figure out why they were even asking those questions. Then in the later years of middle school and earlier years of high school, we talked about the Civil War. To hear the history teachers talk, you'd think we all had plantations and went around lynching everyone who wasn't white, which is so far from reality that it's not even in the same dimension. They teach them up here that we're all a bunch of racist, ignorant brats; we're not.

Is the lifestyle different? Oh, yeah, and perhaps that's why the two parts don't tend to get along. Everything is rushed and industry related up here; not much's changed. Down South, people move slowly, they relax more, and most of us tend to like the land more than anything. Most are more content with simple things; fancy devices aren't necessary, aren't wanted. In the North, it seems to be the opposite; the amount of people that claim they just can't live without that brand new cellphone indicts that a lot of them should be dead by now.

My Southern accent is about gone; I pick it up sometimes, but not too often anymore; in fact, it's one of the few accents I can't imitate (I'm usually pretty good with them), which is unfortunate. Even when I had it in full force though, I was far more informed than the majority of people I've met up North. Not all of them, of course, but most.

Of course, there are outliers in every group, and there are closed minded people on both sides. But to say one side is completely that way is entirely absurd. I have no doubt that there's some open minded, nice people up North; I haven't met them, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. I don't hate all Yankees on principle. I've met many more ignorant Yankees than Southerns, but that's just my experience.

And believe it or not, there's no division of intelligence across the states. I have a fairly high IQ and I was born and raised Southern; my father has a high IQ as well, and he was born and lived in the North for quite some time.

I'm moving back South late next year. Y'all can keep the North if you want it.


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16 Mar 2008, 8:09 pm

You did it, you got it, you wowed the world
Of casting agents and cowgirls.
Fess up, you're dressed up to kill yourself,
While I'm still on the shelf.



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15 Jun 2021, 8:26 pm

gwenevyn wrote:
GoatOnFire wrote:
My psychological training indicates me to believe that maybe you have a cowboy hat fetish. :nerdy:


Well, not a fetish. But I think a cowboy hat gives almost any man a bit of a masculinity boost. I don't like country music at all. I think it's the association between cowboy hats and hard work.


When you walk into a restaurant around here wearing a cowboy hat and a pearl snap western shirt with an appropriate belt, the waitresses, especially if they are single, will often give you a second look that they wouldn't have given you otherwise.



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15 Jun 2021, 11:48 pm

I do find them attractive but it is a turn off if they like going to honky tonks and drink a lot like how a lot of country music is.



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16 Jun 2021, 12:04 am

I'm originally from the deep south(Louisiana) & country stuff is somewhat popular there. I never liked the country culture though except I do like country music. I like a lot of music generas & country music is one of them but it's not my top fave but it's still good. I generally don't find country girls/cowgirls attractive but a lot of that is probably due to me not being into the country culture. I'm generally more attracted to women of certain cultural groups like EMOs, Goths, Hippies, & Dork/Nerd/Geek/Gamer girls. That said though there was a skit on iCarly where Miranda played an idiot farm girl & I never thought that the cowgirl/country girl look was hot till then :arrow:





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16 Jun 2021, 5:15 pm

It depends on the cowgirl......