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Top 10 Things Southern Girls Are Tired Of Hearing

Because constantly being compared to fruit and/or pie can make a girl want to never reveal her hometown again.

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10. How many pairs of cut-off jeans do you own?

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Stop basing your conception of an entire part of the country on popular country songs. And OK, I own 7 pairs - depending on your definition.

9. Girls from the South are Always so Tan!

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Ever been to the South? It's a billion degrees in March, and then it gets hot. We're usually outside trying to cool off in a river somewhere so forgive us if we can't keep a porcelain complexion. That being said, we're not all tan!

8. You're smarter than I thought you'd be.

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Somewhere along the line being from the South was wrongfully linked with being unintelligent. Everyone's entitled to his or her opinion, but do a favor and keep this one to yourself.

7. I Thought Southern Girls Were Supposed to be Sweet.

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If there is one thing that can get our blood boiling it's being told how we're "supposed" to behave. Besides we are pros at delivering not-so-sweet things in a candy-coated package. Don't understand? #Blessyourheart.

6. How Many Drinks is That?

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Listen, I don't question your drinking habits or choices - so don't question mine. Yes, we like straight whiskey and our uncle's moonshine. No, we don't need a chaser.

5. Does Family Mind You're Not Dating Someone from the South?

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Does you family know you're about to have cowboy boot prints on your face?

4. You Don't Look Southern.

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I'm not even sure what this means. Conservative? White? Black? Like a debutante? In an apron? We have a myriad of women in the South. We all look different - just like anywhere else.

3. I Heard Southern Girls Are Wild.

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This is one of those instances where being tired of hearing something doesn't necessarily mean it's not true...

2. Where Is Your Accent?

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Right here.

1. "Y'all" Is Not a Word.

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If you don't agree that "y'all" is a grammatically correct second-person pronoun, quite frankly - we couldn't give a damn - we'll give it up when you come pry it out of our sweet little Southern hearts.

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