I’m a Little Bit Country

What happens when the cultural references of one generation echo into nothingness? What happens when a younger generation misinterprets an off-handed quip? Or tweet?

It’s not simply a few words that disappear into the ether. There are legions of stories, anecdotes and shared experiences that are erased.

So when I say, “I’m a little bit country”, what does it mean to you?

Comments

  1. I thought I was the little bit Country and you were the little bit Rock’n'Roll, it’s so confusing being the younger brother, but it just goes to show how something can stick with you for about 30 years with just a fleeting glimpse. Impressive marketing for it’s time.

  2. It means you need a kicking. But only a little one.

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