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North and South

Nolan Bentley

I live in Texas and i have noticed that there is a big diffrence between the "North" and the "South" of USA. One example is that down south, we get ice with every drink, and in places like New York, you have to ask for ice.

This is not a debate over which side is better, but to discuss the diffrences they have and stereotypes of each.


Pedophillia? Naww.>>
That ice thing isn't true for the enitre north. I don't know about NY but in Cleveland Ohio(Which is North last time I checked)where I live, you don't need to ask.

South isn't as into basketball as the North. Probably because they don't have to deal with the same cold weather problems that result in indoor sports.

That's all I got.


Flabebe's Kids
In the midwest, we don't get ice or ask for it. It comes in an ice dispenser next to the soda fountains.


Not everyone in Texas has that "Texan accent"


Water FTW!
South isn't as into basketball as the North.
I think you are probably right. Many people here like Football (American) better. There are a lot of differences but I can't think of any right now.
Edit: (from the above poster.) Yup, I don't have a Texan accent. Why do people think most people in Texas do?
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A r t i f i c e.
The South is unusually stubborn since the Civil War.

Do not flame me for this, it's just the truth.
Us and Them
And after all we're only ordinary men
Me, and you
God only knows it's not what we would choose to do
Forward he cried from the rear
and the front rank died
And the General sat, as the lines on the map
moved from side to side
Black and Blue
And who knows which is which and who is who
Up and Down
And in the end it's only round and round and round
Haven't you heard it's a battle of words
the poster bearer cried
Listen son, said the man with the gun
There's room for you inside
Down and Out
It can't be helped but there's a lot of it about
With, without
And who'll deny that's what the fightings all about
Get out of the way, it's a busy day
And I've got things on my mind
For want of the price of tea and a slice
The old man died
West is where it's at.

Not everyone in Texas has that "Texan accent"
Go fry your damn chicken.

Nolan Bentley

That ice thing isn't true for the enitre north. I don't know about NY but in Cleveland Ohio(Which is North last time I checked)where I live, you don't need to ask.

Yeah, i wasn't sure about the entire north, i just knew New York was like that.
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I'm not josh'n


I'm not josh'n

Mimori Kiryu

Well-Known Member
Well, I heard from some customer who came into work (I work at a fast food restaurant) that who travels a lot that places in the north (fast food restaurants anyway) don't sell Sweet Tea. He says that he's glad he was traveling in the south at the time because he was craving it. I didn't even know sweet tea was limited to the south in restaurants. D: