City girl dating a country boy
I'd as soon go to prison as have to live in a large city.And there are city people who feel the same way about rural America.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.I also enjoy my job in the city that I commute to (45 minutes) and like all the entertainment that the city has to offer and have the best of both worlds.So I know and am familiar with both, but at the same time feel like I don't fit in in either environment if that makes sense.(Add that this is one of the most inefficient group of people on the face of the earth) If a girl calls me a hillbilly and runs away from me, it's "her" loss That's the attitude I'd recommend for you. One calm night, I was sleeping in my father's village, on a haystack, besides hens under baskets and frogs croaking.(Add that this is one of the most inefficient group of people on the face of the earth) If a girl calls me a hillbilly and runs away from me, it's "her" loss That's the attitude I'd recommend for you.
And that's where the vast majority of single people live.So how do you start meeting these redneck Romeos and Juliets? It also lets you browse through member profiles or search for specific members. Country is the place to find dates who love the country lifestyle just as much as you do. Signup is easy, and in just seconds, your mobile friendly free account lets you post your personal photos to your profile. With just a few clicks, you'll have access to our huge database of country loving guys and girls. If you'd rather find your next date at a rodeo or Faith Hill concert than at a bar, then we've got the site for you.The question is: Do you think that country people and city people can possibly be compatible for a relationship? Thanks Sounds like she is too big fer` her britches!
I mean, opposites are suppose to attract, and if she don`t want to have anything to do with you because "your country" then, let her go live her city life.I need to add though, that I married a city boy, and I was all country girl.I showed him a thing or two on how to come down to Earth, and live on the other side of the tracks, so to speak.Im more of a slower paced lifestyle kind of girl that likes being way out in the sticks.