On National Farmers Day, we thank our farm friends for our food and all the goodness they provide. But at this moment right now, we thank them for FarmersOnly.com. Because, as their slogan says, “City folks just don’t get it.”
This is the description from Farmers Only’s YouTube channel:
There are basically two groups in America.
Group one: their lives revolve around four dollar cups of coffee, taxi cabs, blue suits, high heels, conference rooms and getting ahead at all costs in the corporate world.
Group two: they enjoy blue skies, wide open spaces, raising animals, appreciating nature and Southern hospitality, even if they don’t live in the South.
This group makes up America’s Heartland. This is not a geographic area, this is a slice of America with good old fashioned traditional values, values that were never lost by the farmer.
This is Me!
Yep. That’s it. There are cities and there are farms, and ne’er the twain shall meet, and also everyone is only either a corporate fancyman running around in taxis and high heels or a farmer. Nothing else.
And dammit, they need to get themselves that sweet sweet non-city some.
You know what else city folk don’t get? Downhome misogynistic humor! Let’s drown this bitch!
Haha, women. They’re such idiots.
I didn’t grow up on a farm and I didn’t grow up in a big city with blue suits (that is very specific) either so technically I don’t think I exist BUT I grew up smackledabble in the middle of Illinois and have lived near lots and lots of farms and I feel like these Farmers Only commercials are solely responsible for the political divide that exists today. Thanks a fuckin’ lot, Farmers Only.