The Internet is a dangerous place. Anybody can get on any social media platform and say whatever they want, but people can also get on any social media platform they want and ask ridiculous questions that will make you laugh.
12 Questions About Country Music People Actually Asked:
1.If you can’t listen to country music in a church van, where can you?
No country music in the church van what is this??
— parker lawter (@parker_lawter) November 2, 2013
2.This is actually a valid question– we need to know. Carrie Underwood’s “Smoke Break,” maybe?
Why is everyone smoking ecigs and listening to country music??
— AntsInMyEyesJohnson (@meganstarbird) April 19, 2014
3.Only one horse because they’re spread out across the country in different towns.
How many one horse towns can there be? And why one HORSE? #countrymusic
— Beth Hawks (@bethhawks) September 19, 2015
Greyson Lambert sound like the best lacrosse player in the country. Or a country music superstar.
— Dan Levy (@DanLevyThinks) September 19, 2015
5. Family drama at weddings is the worst kind of family drama.
At my cousins wedding, she looks beautiful but who knew she was into country music ?
— Dave Ebersole (@debersol) September 28, 2012
6. In that order, too.
Dear country music,
Why do you want to me to commit robbery, wet the bed, and drink fire?
— Sierra Delby (@S_Delby) May 5, 2015
7. This was a presidential campaign once, right?
8. That was in Craig Morgan’s “What I Love About Sunday,” I think.
A day filled with country music and puppies. Is there a better way to spend your Sunday?
— Jenna Wildd (@JABsarehere) May 4, 2014
9. Just born that way.
Why do a lot of country music stars have two first names?
— Scott Weber (@saweber) November 5, 2013
10. Yes. Definitely.
This is such a random thought but do you think that Miley Cyrus still likes Country Music….?
— Melissa x3 (@StayLivelife123) November 5, 2013
11. Obviously not.
is it possible for people to listen to country music and not tweet about it?
— danyou’ll (@trillingston) November 3, 2013
12. Nine out of 10 physicians agree.
is it really possible to get a headache from country music?
— sarah hoysradt (@shoysradt10) September 25, 2012
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