How we do it in the south

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  1. marusia

    marusia Senior Member

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    Ouch lol. Is he into dirtbikes, I remember when I was 5 I sure was lol?
     
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    He's worn that helmet since he was two/three on his tricycle lol.
     
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    Kentucky is north. during the civil war it was at first a neutral state, then became a northern state. Kentuckians may act southern/have a accent, but i attest that more to being just simple "country folk" then anything. guess i'm in a bit of a sour, stubbron state of mind. doesn't make a difference. glad to see your enjoying life
     
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    monster, whether a state is north or south isn't in regards to the civil war. Kentucky is definitely a southern state, in accent, culture, how they act.. wouldn't all that determine if they were a northern or southern state? Guess we're just looking at the coin from 2 different sides. ;)

    But that's adorable, hope the guy on the receiving end is okay!