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The differences between cowgirls and city folk

If you're in the city, it's simple to spot a cowgirl because she's likely the one who pops bubble gum loudly and sports the pigtail-overall combination on a regular basis. On the other hand, in a country setting, it's very easy to pinpoint the city gals because they'll likely talk loud enough to attract everyone's attention and wear enough makeup to give the local cosmetics girl - if there is one - an early pension with benefits.

It's safe to say that some girls might be confused as to what category they fall into. Luckily, there are usually some classic traits that can help a woman decide if she falls from a Georgia peach tree or is destined for the Big Apple.

First and foremost - cowgirls don't mind getting their hands dirty. They can do farm chores around the clock without grimacing at the scent of manure, and they might go fly fishing for fun. City girls typically roll their eyes at the mere sight of a pitchfork, as their freshly-polished nails can sometimes be their top priority.

Many city dwellers don't know how to pump their own gas. In fact, some don't even know how to drive - period. Cowgirls are usually champions of any vehicle, from antique convertibles to diesel engine tractors. Additionally, John Deere is part of their regular attire.

Cowgirls talk funny. Girls who were raised in isolated country areas might as well be speaking their own language. Aside from using words like "ya'll" and "ain't," country folk have their own expressions for everything. However, don't be guided by the misconception that they're uneducated. Even if some of them don't necessarily have the book smarts, they can read people better than anyone else.

If you want to learn the true differences between country gals and city gals, travel around the USA a bit and experience the various subcultures. Just don't be surprised if you end up trading in your blinc Mascara for the barnyard, or vice versa.