Half of the stereotypes about the south aren't even true..
I live near Atlanta, GA (Which is a city..Absolutely nothing like the country parts of GA.) and whenever I go to visit my relatives in California or Colorado they immediately ask me why I'm not walking around bare-foot, why I'm not stupid, or why I don't have a southern accent...I mean, I've met a ton of people with a southern accent, and they definitely aren't stupid.
If by full of it you mean full of betterness then yes, you're correct.
And I can't really like the south until you guys start having proper seasons. Winters with no snow? Utter madness!
Rave said:Who the hell do they think they are?
We do have quite a lot of mexicans and wealthy folk, in NorCal. Don't know about SoCal...isnt there sterotype of california that everyone is either super rich or an illegal mexican?
FixedThere's also a stereotype that
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What, like New Yorkers all being assholes isn't easy to make fun of?are easier to make fun of than the north's terrible stereotypes(such as...uh...ok, help me out guys, I can't think of horrible stereotypes that apply to my side of the country, and I don't want to pretend Wisconsin is all of the North*).
And I can't really like the north until you guys start having proper seasons. Summers with no humidity? Utter madness!And I can't really like the south until you guys start having proper seasons. Winters with no snow? Utter madness!
Hey, **** you pal.
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.