Where winners come from.
Person one: Hey you know Matt?
Person two: He's from Piedmont, Alabama. He's a winner.
A hick-town in Alabama located near Jacksonville & Anniston Alabama. It has 70 churches in its zipcode, 99% baptist churches. Most of the people are rich white people. The others are poor white people, with some races that fall in between. Very close-minded. Has nothing to do in it. The school system is pretty cool because every child in 4-12th grade get MacBooks to keep 24/7 and use for school. Great football team. No elective classes really unless you consider football, band, and cheer. Football obsessed town. Will drive 15 hours to see one football game. Full of hypocrites and old people.
Are you from Piedmont, Alabama?
You're a rich white snob. Tell-tall symptoms of a Piedmontian.
- WALKS AWAY TO GO TO RESTAURANT TO DRINK AWAY SORROWS LIKE A RICH WHITE SNOB -
Most of the best definitions of preppy have emphasized Northern or New England birthrite preppies, but let's not forget about Southern preppies, as in folks living in Mountain Brook, Alabama, or the West End, Virginia, or the Garden District in Louisiana, or Buckhead, Georgia, or Belle Meade, Tennessee (if you've never heard of these Old Guard, old-money, preppy southern suburbs, than you're not a birthrite prep). Southern preppies wear most of the same classic clothes and styles as their northern cousins, including Lacoste, Lilly, L.L. Bean, Vineyard vines, Topsiders, Brooks Brothers, tevas, Polo, and especially Patagonia (shorts and fleece are key for guys). And the more monograms, the better. Girls love grosgrain and totes from Vineyard Vines and Bean. They also like outerwear by Barbour, Cole-Haan bit loafers, and wallobies by Clark. Southern preppy girls have straight, shoulder length hair. Their preppy mothers and grandmothers may have stiff, helmut hairstyles that haven't changed in decades. Preppy guys have longish, shaggy, wind blown hair. So do their daddies. They look so much alike. Preppy Southerners would attend day schools such as Altamont or Westminster or Harpeth Hall or boarding schools such as Woodberry Forest or Baylor or Foxcroft or Madiera, rather than a New England prep school. For college, they may attend state schools such as Bama or UVA or UNC or private colleges such as Vanderbilt or W&L or Hamden-Sydney (the preppiest school in the country accord...more...