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Panhandle Cap, originally a fictional character created by American author Nicole Moody, is now a euphemism for a person who represents any conglomeration of rural American and Western cowboy stereotypes, typically infused with one or more of the following characteristics: 1) a distrust of modern technology, social norms and politics; 2) a tendency to mask hostilities towards certain classes with alcoholism; 3) an inability to differentiate between adults and young children in everyday conversation.
My neighbor is sort of a Panhandle Cap because he tried to give my 8-year old son a whiskey sour in exchange for playing with his toy rattlesnake.
by McGee Hotro January 24, 2007
 
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Panhandle Cap, originally a fictional character, is now a euphemism for a person who represents any conglomeration of rural American and Western cowboy stereotypes, typically infused with one or more of the following characteristics: 1) a distrust of modern technology, social norms and politics; 2) a tendency to mask hostilities towards certain classes with alcoholism; 3) an inability to differentiate between adults and young children in everyday conversation.
My neighbor is sort of a Panhandle Cap because he tried to give my 8-year old son a whiskey sour in exchange for playing with his toy rattlesnake.
by Dr Fulgap II January 29, 2007