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  • I'm reminded of the Onion article about the dumb hick's vote cancelling out your educated vote.

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  • With his cheap cigars and his hick's haircut, and with his gaudy, orotund prose, he looks and sounds like an old-fashioned vaudevillian-W C. Fields pounding a typewriter.

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  • I saw a bumper sticker the other day on the back of some hick's truck:

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  • And that's why I have a question that will probably strike those of you who live in the City or who get into town regularly as a hick's question.

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  • Are you trying to somehow defend this hick's ignorance, or are you trying to just attack political correctness?

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  • Teeth like a hick's, dressed in Sunday best faggot-like emotion came, rotting your teeth and brain

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  • I check their guns before they go out and you shoulda seen this hick's gun.

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  • That is the big cristicism I had of esther and jerry hick's book - it was very complicated and spent the first 20 pages explaining about how the book was life-changing, then moved onto conversations they had with an imaginary entity called Abraham.

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  • Years ago, when he was leading Lone Star Trio, Matt Hillyer was the cutest guy this side of Rhett Miller, a rocker in hick's clothing who deftly integrated rockabilly cool into his potent mixture of hard-core honky-tonk and contemporary Americana.

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  • S.hick's history traces back to U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Jacob S.hick who on November 6, 1928 patented the first electric razor.

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