Is there a difference between country, redneck and southern when it comes to style, food, culture?
I live in a melting pot of what I consider these three different archetypes of people. Maybe some of you see them differently and I would love to know what you think.
Yes, I think there is a huge difference. Being from the south myself, I don't consider myself a redneck or anyone I know. Being from the south I am sure I am biased, but I think you will find the best food and also the nicest people you would ever want to meet.
As far as style? Yes we do wear shoes.
I totally agree. I definitely see a difference between redneck and southern. I'm from Oklahoma where the third archetype, country, seems to also come into play, which to mean is in between. But, since I live here I might also be biased as well.
"As far as style? Yes we do wear shoes. " Not all of us, I'm a southern girl who prefers barefoot!
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