Usually underestimated and mistaken for the southern type. A country girl will often be referred to as 'the one that got away'. Country girls offer their men the typical lovers traits, with an added challenge thrown in. Often a country girl will have a man that provides well enough, but will constantly be pushing to provide just as well.
They believe in 'honesty is the best policy' and are typically humble unless challenged.
Never will you see a country girl waiting to find someone who will take care of her.
You can find country girls in the mid-west region of the USA. You'll be lucky to find one on the coast, as a country girl feels most at home in the mid-west.
Act sweet but have a strong side. Country girls retain all the charm and gentility of an old-fashioned gal, and mind their manners. But they can also be strong-willed when they need to be, protect the family farm or property, milk the cows, drive a tractor or operate the town post office by themselves.
A country girl knows how to use pots and pans. She bakes cakes for birthdays and special occasions, and picks the apples for her home-baked apple pie herself.
Typically thought of as a redneck, daddy's girl, but in reality, usually an average girl of the south. She wears cowgirl boots, not neccasarily on a regular basis. She's alright with wearing dresses and lookin pretty, but, just like any other girl, prefers jeans. Country Girls coome in all shapes and sizes, and are typically not whores, meaning, some are virgins some aint. country girls love their Jason Aldean and you can't forget Sugarland, so, yes, they love country music, but they don't limit what they listen to, to jus that, they also like pop-hits, just as much. Most, I'd say, go to church, half or more, don't really give a damn though. They just go cause it's more of a ritual of the south than anything.
Most Northeners & Californians, mistake country girls and rednecks, so let me make it clear, Polk County, TN = rednecks whereas most other counties in TN, have country girls and boys, and not so many rednecks.
B: Yea, she was good friends with my aunt, back when they were youngins' like us.