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Wednesday, April 03, 2013

More Sh%t southern women say

Here's where I shared some sh%t southern women say before.  Mollie sent me this one yesterday and once again I just loved it.  Of course it all sounds completely normal to me.  And that's no joke.   Hope you enjoy.


41 comments:

  1. LoL, thanks for the laugh PK. Scary, I know I say some of these things ... oh hell no! ... and I'm not even American, let alone from the Southern States! LoL

    Hugs,
    Roz

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    1. All of these are so ordinary to me it's hard to realize how 'funny' it sounds to others.

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  2. About the only word I understood was the word "SUBTITLES" that was screaming through my head.

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    1. Bas,
      LOL! But you speak English, what's the problem? Oh yeah, you don't speak Southern! You realize this is exactly what I sound like. Maybe it's best we communicate by written word.

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  3. PK,
    what was all that about, I didn't understand a word.
    Love and warm hugs,
    Paul.

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    1. Paul,
      I may need to give Southern speak lessons to the people I love in Europe.

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  4. Hahaha... yeah I've seen some of this on youtube too! It's hilarious. thanks for the share

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    1. Fondles,
      I got a real kick out of them.

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  5. I understand how it sounds normal to you. Sounds just like my relatives living in the south as I've told you before.
    Funny as S**t. lol

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    1. Sunny,
      You must have some fine relatives!

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  6. Those are completely normal. Fixing instant grits is just plain wrong! Thanks for the laugh.

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    1. My thought exactly! Instant grits simply are NOT grits (lol).

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    2. I had grits one time in Tennessee. Tasted like congealed butter over a bowl of sand! Yuck! Lol

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    3. C...that sounds like you were either served instant grits or real grits fixed badly! Real grits are creamy and wonderful! ;)

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    4. TL, Cygnet, Christina, Cat,
      Grits are wonderful! Great for breakfast, shrimp and grits, but if any of you eat your grits with sugar, please don't tell me. I just couldn't be friends with someone like that.

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  7. Enjoyed that PK. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. FD,
      I'm sure you've heard all this.

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  8. I hesitate to say this but...I say many of these..and I only have a mother from the south. By-the -way I have looked up the actual history for the phrase "naked as a jay bird"
    Great fun PK!

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    1. Minelle,
      So where does it come from? I said all of these but the one about, 'Raise that window down' I've heard it, but I don't say that one.

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    2. Some thoughts are that since all birds are born with very few feathers..that is where the reference started. However no one knows why Jay Birds. The other thought is that it refers to a slang term where jay means not very smart...being vulnerable...ie naked.

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  9. Oh my goodness, I laughed sooo hard. I don't sound like that, but can in the right company and have one chile who sounds just like that!! When I first moved to the south I couldn't understand ANYTHING. it took forever and now, I can't believe I'm saying this, but it's somehow a bit comforting.

    Thanks for the laugh!!! Can't wait to show it to Sir tonight, he's going to die!!

    Hugs,
    Fiona

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    1. Fiona,
      I've always lived here and I find it very comforting. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  10. Well I'm a definitely a southern woman. I understood all of that and have said most of it at one time or another.

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    1. Dana,
      It's home when you hear it, isn't it?

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  11. I grew up in and around Texas, so most of those things they said I have said or at least heard more than once...I didn't realize that they weren't in common parlance. (lol).

    Bless your heart!

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    1. Cygnet,
      I'm with you, sounds perfectly normal to me.

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  12. Yep, understood every word. :)

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    1. Rogue,
      A good southern girl!

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  13. You can tell I am not from the south because I never have had grits...but I have said a couple of those phrases... :-)

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    1. Terps,
      You just don't know what you're missing.

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  14. Many of these are familiar to me, but what are grits? Is that like Cream of Wheat?
    hugs
    lillie

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    1. Lillie...bite your tongue...grits might be the consistency of Cream of Wheat but they taste nothing like that! ;)

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    2. Lillie,
      NO, it's tons better!

      Cat,
      You tell her!

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  15. It's like listening to my Mom, Gram and Aunt talk, lol :)

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    1. Faerie,
      Then you'd love talking to me!

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  16. Ummm...*raising hand*...guilty...understood everyone of those and have used most of them. ;)

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    1. Cat,
      A woman after my own heart!

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  17. LOL! Thanks PK, BTW you of course know what "GRITS" stands for right?

    George

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    1. George,
      I'm a southern, of course!

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  18. Lol, these are so funny! Thanks for sharing .. I was actually just in south carolina and heard a few of these things!

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    1. Kenzie,
      Come visit a little longer and you'll hear them all!

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