- n. Plural form of hick.
“Really, this whole Slaughter rule thing reminds me of one of those 3 cup/2 ball sidewalk shows for the rubes, boobs and hicks from the sticks.”
“But now that many re coming to their senses they're nothing but a bunch of hicks, is that right.”
“Somebody contact President Obama and tell him not to send those troops to the border to protect those ignorant hicks from the drug cartels.”
“Sarah was busy doing all of the face work in between tanning bed time while Todd was the real brains of this amateur hour team of hicks from the Northern sticks.”
“The reason he is being defended by hicks from the sticks, is because the smart money is in the know.”
“Anyways the repulicaians must be getting desprite cause all they find are old hicks from the south.”
“The self-described “hicks from the sticks” probably won’t last long.”
“They get ridiculed by the press and by the Democrats as being ignorant hicks, which is outrageous.”
“Dana Milbank at the Washington Post was nearly beside himself at the sight of these "faux populists", only recently described as hicks, but now revealed to have Harvard Degrees.”
“In my own not-all-that-humble opinion, duping the hicks is a degree or two worse than condescending to them.”
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