Recently I read a definition about the town I grew up in. I didn't know whether to laugh or get pissed so I'll just write this. Southlake was once four communities. Lonesome Dove, Whites Chapel, Jellico, and Union Church were separate small unincorporated communities of pioneers from the early 1840's until 1956 - four years after Grapevine Lake was completed. The town was named for its geographical location to the man-made Grapevine Lake: and man called it Southlake - and it was good. There is a Northlake, Texas also. It is in Denton County, North of Flower Mound, West of Argyle and is served by Northwest ISD. Southlake Carroll schools are great. In the last 5 school years there has only been one drop out. People move from elsewhere to join our football team (jeopardizing our chance at a title), but we still do well. Yes, we are wealthy. Most of us are "New Money". There are some "Old Money" families, but not many. Yes, the Jonas Brothers do have a house in Westlake - a town of about 400 people, served by Carroll Schools and mostly considered a neighborhood of Southlake. Some of the guys are d-bags, but most of them aren't. There are a lot of "Southlake Moms" who have never worked a day in their lives yet still cannot cook, but there are also a lot of Working Moms also. "Southlake Girls" can be coke whores and sluts, but a lot of them are really smart and genuine. In reality, Southlake is diverse in its own right and has been the home of many successful people.
I love bashing Southlake and all of it's residents even though I know next to nothing about the town.