Farmersonly dating site
If you’re in this group and going to be dating online, there is no online community that comes even close to Farmers
Over the years, members of our community have asked us for all sorts of stuff -- from t-shirts to bumper stickers, koozies, and mason jars!
We understand the meaning of southern hospitality, even if we don't all live in the South.THAT was the battle between the haves and have-nots in the 1800s.Since when did the interests of "farmers" and "cowboys" become one?Last week, I saw on TV for the first time an ad for this "Farmers Only" dating site, accompanied by the slogan, "Because city folks just don't get it." I thought it was a joke at first, that I'd surfed onto a comedy channel doing a spoof ad...(Was waiting for spokespeople ID'd as "Daisy Dukes744" or "ginghamgirl" etc.) But no, 'twas for real, as I just learned when visiting their site: "Farmers is a dating site like no other.But I can't say that they helped me become more spiritual in any way at all, which is what, even back in high school, I was trying to become. And that my university wasn't set up to help me become enlightened! Where's this in the Bible's history of the world's formation?I was a naive child and young adult.) Plus there was the "dumb" factor in the Bible, regardless of the denomination: If God created Adam and Eve, and they had only two sons, one of whom killed the other... Cain fucked his mother, and we're all a product of incest? (And that's just the most basic beginning of the ongoing ignorance in the book.I think that people who live within civilization are much more self-aware, much more aware of irritations that come with living around lots of other kinds of people.And don't transform such irritations into dogma: "two groups"/"Heartland vs. No Values." That kind of scared, defensive, completely undatable (to me) world view.) As for small-town or country Christianity: I was baptized a Lutheran, and attended various churches (either with family or friends) growing up: Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist (both Southern and Fundamentalist), Church of Christ, even Mormon (with my high-school boyfriend).These were all pleasant places for me, focusing more on one's relationship with God rather than hatred toward others, as seen on TV today by more radical right-wing church groups. (This realization was akin to learning that there was no Santa.