10 Snapchats Only Small Town Kids Post
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10 Snapchats Only Small Town Kids Post

"Where's the party?"

10 Snapchats Only Small Town Kids Post

1. “Good to be home” pictures after being out of town

Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure we’d all agree that getting out of our small town has its perks. But then again, there’s nothing quite like finally seeing those city limit signs after being away. Chances are if you have a small town kid on your friend list, you’ve seen this Snapchats many times.

2. Beer

Well… Any alcohol for that matter. But mostly beer and bonus points if the picture is of a cooler full of it with the caption “gonna be a good night!”

3. Videos of people driving and listening to the radio

Whether they’re bummed and in their feels or hyped up with old friends, there’s bound to be at least one video focused on the car radio with the music blaring. These Snapchats usually don’t have a caption. It’s literally just a pointless video of a certain song.

4. Black screen “where’s the party?” snaps

Small town kids are notorious for this, I swear. Everyone is always looking to crash a party or bonfire and there’s always that one kid who posts this kind of Snapchat.

5. Hunting and/or fishing trips

Huntin’, fishin’ and lovin’ every day! When you grow up in a small town, hunting and fishing is basically in your blood. To remind people of this, small town kids tend to post a picture of every single fish they catch.

6. Pictures of old friends with the caption “LOOK WHO I FOUND!”

It’s good to see old friends but even better to let our entire friend list know that we found them (F.Y.I. they were never lost…).

7. Selfies with the caption “party at the shed Friday night!”

The same kid who posts Snapchats looking for the party is usually the same kid who begs someone to host a party. There’s a huge chance that this party won’t even happen but fear not, the same kid will let everyone know it’s canceled.

8. A series of videos visiting the nearest Walmart or McDonald's

Sources of entertainment are scarce in a small town. On nights where there’s absolutely nothing to do, small town kids often find themselves in Walmart or McDonald's honestly for no reason.

9. Videos or pictures that are taken with the sole purpose of embarrassing someone

Drunken dance sessions, driving over curbs, people going to the bathroom, drunk rants… The list goes on.

10. “Back to the city :(“ pictures after spending a much needed weekend home

Small town kids who travel for work or go to school far from home are usually the ones to post these Snapchats. Leaving home can be hard but we always come back to where we belong.

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