–if you’re related to more than half the town.
–if your car breaks down outside of town and news of it gets back to town before you do.
–if the local gas station sells live bait.
–if you know cow pies aren’t made of beef.
–if football coaches suggest that you haul hay for the summer to get stronger.
I have a real love for Small Town jokes. Kind of like a blonde who grooves on blonde jokes, I guess. Since they don’t have brunette jokes, I’ve adopted these.
I posted this one on Facebook yesterday–You might be from a Small Town World if you ever used to “drag main.”— and it brought back so many memories and lots of smiles!
I hardly ever dragged main. Whenever I went anywhere in high school, one or the other of my parents (or both) always said, “Go straight there and come straight home.”
In other words, “No dragging main.”
And no side trips.
And no hanging out.
And no parking on South Hill to make out.
*sigh* My parents didn’t want me to have any fun.
Funny thing is, I nearly always obeyed. Not just because I lived in a small town and knew my parents would find out anything I did before I got home. (Probably before I was finished doing it.) And not because I was afraid of being punished.
It was because I didn’t want to have my parents disappointed in me. (Yes, I was that big a dork.)
Mom opened a dress shop while I was at Ozark, and I loved it. A few years later I started running it for her.
The schools in C-Town had an open campus at that time, and most kids either had a car or a friend with a car, so at noon the marjority of the kids dragged main.
Every school day there was an almost constant symphony of horn-honks (had to say hi!) for the entire time school was out for lunch, and turning onto Broadway, where our dress shop was located, which was also the most highly dragged street, was nearly impossible.
The kids burned hundreds of gallons of gas as they went back and forth on the drag. It was so much fun! LOL.
You might be from a Small Town World if the whole school went to the same party after graduation.
Okay, I didn’t go to a party after graduation (yup, a dork) but if I had, there probably only would have been one.
How about sharing your favorite joke? And no naughty ones, please. I’m still a dork. 😉