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Updated Definition from The Parsons Dictionary of Often Used Words and Phrases

March 7, 2011

Good Ol’ Boy noun phrase, adj: A white male in any community who despises every U.S. President since Eisenhower (except Nixon and Reagan) and claims to believe in god, country, and family while spending a majority of his free time at the bar complaining about his kids and denigrating his wife, skips church to watch NASCAR, and refuses to accept that Bill of Rights is one of America’s Founding Documents. This phrase can either be a pejorative or a compliment, depending on who’s saying and who it is said in reference to.

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