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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by carolinakid76, Oct 19, 2009.
i think the southern states have the nicest people.:big_smile:
people in the state of Denial, just kidding I agree with you, its the south.
Sometimes the state of drunkeness:smile2:
Look away..look away dixie land:big_smile:
Actually theres alot of good people in alot of different places..
I live in Georgia, so I'm leaning that way, but Alabama has nice folks too.
I like the redneck state of mind. But I'd honestly say and state you can find a BOC member!
i've traveled all over the country and i'd have to say the midwest---excluding chicago---some real nice people in the heartland
As a truck driver back in the early 90's I covered lmost all the united Sates , Canada and Mexico . To be honest and not just say my own state . I have to give it to Tennessee .
In nearly twenty years on the road as a truck driver, the nicest people I came in contact with.....believe it or not.....western up-state New York and secondly......Atlanta Georgia. Most other folks are all good people for the most part wherever you go, but those folks always treated me best.
I've been all over this great country and theres good and bad folks anywhere ya could throw a dart at a map. I grew up in the south and tend to hang here if possible.:wink:
I have a friend that follows the crimson tide and he would go to Penn
State to the game when Alabama and Penn State were playing on a
regular basis. He always looked forward to the Penn State game and
always said Penn State had the best fans in the world. They loved their
team but were very friendly and would go out of their way to nice to
you. I think once you get out of the major cities where crime is so high,
most people tend to be nice.
I think that sentence says it all.
I would also say there are good and bad all over. But I would have to put the people (especially the older generation) of southern W.Va and eastern Ky at the top of the list. Southern Georgia especially the Albany Ga area would fit in there .
I've traveled extensively over the years and met a lot of truly nice people in virtually every place I've been, but never have I met a nicer bunch of people than those within our own BOC community (and that's not just blowing smoke):big_smile::big_smile: Where else can you share ideas and agree to disagree, yet maintain that which bonds us so closely together as brothers and sisters? Stay safe and as someone before me has said, "The BOC Rocks"!!!:wink:
i think there are friendly people in every state, but whatever state "deliverence" was filmed.....well those people are just a little too friendlyoooh:
i was born in Georgia, raised in Carolina, and live in Louisiana. been through just about ever where else, i gotta give it to the Carolinas.
We've got Georgia Peaches. :wink:
I have traveled all over the United States and the nicest people in America definitely live in South Carolina.
The most arrogant and unpleasant people are from NJ, NY and MASS.:cool2:
I've travel a lot of the states and lived in two states. I think Texas has the most friendly people overall. :wink:
After living in 17 states, I'd have to say Vermont, (except for the tourists from New york and New Jersey). It's just too cold up there.