During the 1920s people were more live and happy in the cities. They went out, drank illegally, danced, and went to movies. It was a bubbly era. Families would sit aside the radios and couples would enjoy a club. People enjoyed their free time and used it to have fun. But, in the south, they did not do this. People there were more conservative there. They did not like the same music, clothing, dancing, and courtship. They spent their time taking walks, sitting on porch swings, and working. It was a parrelel universe between the cities and the rural areas when it came to leisure time.