I Wanna Be a Cowboy’s Sweetheart

Rex Hammock brings us the really important news.

All I need is a Camaro and a six pack and I’ll be all set to drive slowly up and down West End and lure Kid Rock out of his house and down to Larry Flynt’s cafe.

(And, dear readers, I promise you that, if I ever go down there, you’ll get a report that covers the actual things you care about, such as whether there’s a wall of dildos. Who reviews a store without telling you about the quality of the merchandise?)

6 thoughts on “I Wanna Be a Cowboy’s Sweetheart

  1. well, here’s to the immediate realization of our fears about rising housing costs in the neighborhood. In all our surmising, who’d have thought we’d have Kid Rock to officially usher in the next stage of gentrification.

  2. I hate to be pedantic (or do I?), especially about this subject, but it is “Camaro” and “Larry Flynt”.

  3. Sarcastro,

    I have no idea what you’re talking about. Perhaps your eyesight is failing in your old age, but when I look at that post, everything appears to be spelled correctly.

    With great concern,

    Aunt B.

    p.s. If one were to have misspelled those items, would she have to forever give up the right to call herself a redneck? Not that I misspelled those things. I’m just wondering… for a friend…

  4. Well hush my puppies! This durn sleep apnea had done ate up my brain.

  5. I must admit, I truly like Kid Rock. If nothing else, he strikes me as genuine and sincere (I’m quite serious). Doesn’t try to be anything he’s not and fesses up to what he is.

    I also think the guy is pretty talented. I mean look at this:
    “Well I’m packing up my game and I’m a head out west
    Where real women come equipped with scripts and fake breasts…”

    Sorry, but that just makes me grin everytime! You know the guy would be fun to hang with.

    Have a great weekend!

  6. Ah, Kid Rock. The guy’s a misogynist, but he’s a damn clever misogynist. He’s one of the few modern-day country /rap/rockers who actually has the same sense of testosterone entitlement that powered so much of the 70s rock scene. He’s funny even when he’s pissing you off. He used to have a little person rap partner, with whom he made one of the most irressitible singles of the last ten years, “Bawitiba” or however you spell it. And, he’s the inspiration for one of my very favorite Hank Williams, Jr. songs of the last few years, “In Country Music You Don’t Use the F Word.”

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