10 Ways to Know You’re Northeast Countryfolk
We all know that living in this area of the country is not exactly, well, southern. But we do love our country music. In fact, if you're truly country, you can't get enough of it. So what sets us apart from our downhome cowboys and cowgirls? I've put together a list of 10 ways to tell if you're a northeast countryfolk.
Thomas Rhett may have penned that line but he's certainly not the only one that feels that way. If this is how you roll, you're country.
You swore you'd never buy them, then you heard Jason Aldean sing about it and now you have at least two pair in your closet. And you can't wait to wear them.
That familar guitar pick comes on the speakers and you get ready to not only sing along with Garth, you look for others to sing along with you.
It's not often, but every once in a while, you can't help it and "How'r y'all doin'?" happens.
As much as you defend the flag. You will put your Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood and Dierks Bentley up against anyone.
There may be a little dirt on them, but that makes them all that much more country.
It's there, in your closet or on the backseat of your car (or truck). Ladies, your hat has a little pink and/or lace on it.
You're no pushover and you're not afraid to shake your moneymaker.
You've got that smart, savvy, goofy, sexy Brad Paisley/Blake Shelton thing going on.
Wine glasses are nice, beer steins are too, but there is a special place in your heart for the red solo cup.