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Small town

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    Muskogee Ok.
    You know you're in a small town.....

    - when you don't use turn signals because everybody knows where you're going.

    - if you're born on June 13 and your family receives gifts from the local
    merchants because you're the first baby of the year.

    - if you speak to each dog you pass, by name ..... and he wags his tail
    at you

    - if you dial the wrong number, and talk for 15 minutes anyway.

    - when the biggest business in town sells farm machinery.

    - if you write a check on the wrong bank and it covers you anyway.

    - if you missed church on Sunday and the preacher sends you a get-well card!
     
  2. chiefb

    chiefb

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    If the the city limit signs at each end of town are on the same post.
     


  3. chiefb

    chiefb

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    If strangers think they are in Resume Speed, (insert your state here)
     
  4. H-D&GLOCK

    H-D&GLOCK Harley Rider

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    North Florida
    All those things describe the town I live in. Really love it that way.
     
  5. chiefb

    chiefb

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    If you marry your lifelong sweetheart and all the old ladies in town put an X on the calendar 9 months from then. And start a pool.
     
  6. bachchoy

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    My Old Kentucky Home.
    The closest Wal-mart is an hour dive from town!
     
  7. That could describe traffic around here. Walmart is only 7 miles away.