35 Photos That Show How Living In The South Is Fun 24/7
Waiting For The Drop
In this perfectly timed photo of a sad moment, there isn’t a country girl involved, and it’s almost instantly the kind of situation a woman wouldn’t find herself in. it is not that country girls don’t do rodeo events. Women used to participate in the bronc and bull ride in the early part of the 20th century.
We see a woman on one of those mechanical things instead of on a real animal. Of course, that saves them from getting into situations like the one in the picture. The surprising fact about the fast horse is that it galloped 55 miles per hour.
The Perfect Place For Fun
When they want to have fun, they have fun. No matter where the seating arrangement is, country folks, want it to be unconventional and innovative. The group of friends in the picture decided to have a good time in the middle of the lake.
They are enjoying music and drinks simultaneously and are perhaps waiting for their food to be prepared. It seems that the sofa is mobile and they can row it to the bank anytime. The remarkable fact is the highest lake in the world is Ojos del Salado.
Did They Catch Him Like That
The cook was very innovative and might’ve been getting bored, so he thought of capturing the alligator. While grilling the alligator and turkey together, he recreated the moment of real-time hunting by stuffing the turkey into its mouth. It seems that the alligator got roasted while trying to burn the prey.
Whatever the background has been, the guests will have Thanksgiving dinner most creatively. The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 over a three-day harvest festival that included 90 Wampanoag Indians and 50 Pilgrims, and it lasted three days. Historians believe that only five women were present.
Late For The Venue
We see such scenes when the bride tries to take a shortcut to reach the church as she got already late at the salon. Or it happens when the couple plans their nuptials in Redneck Mud Park. Whatever the reason is, we are pretty sure about one thing the ceremony is going to be the talk of the town.
Two men accompany the wife-to-be, possibly the event planners, committed to making her special day exceptional. The ceremony ends with a kiss because, according to ancient Rome, the kiss is a legal bond that seals the contract.
Not Ready To Lose
We can see mutton busting in the photo. It is a process where kids are trained to ride a bull with their initial sessions of practice on a sheep. Though the boy is doing his best, the sheep seems in no mood to let him stay.
The boy is underdressed for the sport, and we do not see any safety on his head. His expressions show that he will be riding a bull soon since he knows how to stick to the place. You must understand that mutton busting is a rodeo event for small children weighing under 50 to 60 pounds.
Is The King Coming?
We might see this cooking on a TV show like “Vikings” or “Game Of Thrones.” The dish is something that a host would pull out when he knows that the king or someone else important is coming to town for a visit. But in fact, this is another Saturday night in the Southern United States.
This method comes from Germany and is known as a Schwenker. It’s a swinging grill where a Schwenker steak is grilled. It’s well documented that the first German settlers in America cooked so in Pennsylvania in 1683.