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RockerChick14's avatar

Does Charlotte, NC have a southern feel to it when you visit?

Asked by RockerChick14 (951points) February 6th, 2013 from iPhone
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livelaughlove21's avatar

If you’re from somewhere that isn’t in the South, probably so. To Southern people, it seems more urban.

You won’t find Mayberry there, but you might hear some Southern accents, see a Wal-Mart at every exit, and eat at a Waffle House.

syz's avatar

Not particularly.

SpatzieLover's avatar

The actual city of Charlotte? Not at all, IMO.

muhammajelly's avatar

Charlotte, NC has shirtless men in pickup-trucks with gun racks and a dog-house in the back come in from time to time like a black bear that wanders into the city. It is only as southern as the amount of surrounding area which strays into it.

ShanEnri's avatar

I live in NC and Charlotte is just like any other city, northern or southern! You want southern feel to a place try the smaller towns!

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