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Stupid Shyt You Have Heard A Southerner Say

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bLACKpANTHER    3,400

no offense, just figured i'd give the forum a balance

- using the term "yankee" outside of baseball

- "ya'll shore taulk funny up hurr"

- "At' boy was supposed to brang me ‘em car parts, but he’s slower’n a bread wagon with biscuit wheels."

- "WaRshington, DC"

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Inimicus    2,542

nothing... they are southerners so by definition everything they say is as perfect as if spoken by The Almighty

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Chimera    3,446

The "waRshington" cracked me up. That gets on my nerves. But "up hurr"? Come on, now, you're showing that you don't know any southerners. Southerners turn "here" into a two syllable word. "Hee-yir"

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Jase    12,337

come on guys, have a sense of humor about yourselves.

"Here, hold mah beer and watch this!"

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Chimera    3,446

"I'm goin oppar to whoopeeze ice"

I think that translates to "I'm going up there to engage in fisticuffs"

"fixin' to"

"wallago"

"over yon"

"yallses" (plural for ya'll?)

"which one is yours" "the blackun"

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Jase    12,337

I've never said fixin' to, but I have said fittina.

Like, I'm fittina reply to this here thread

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DC Amp    261

"A-tall" as like my granddaddy use to say..."That boy ain't got a lick of sense A-tall"

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DC Amp    261

Some I don't like;

  • Hey boss
  • Hey Cap'n
  • Hey chief
  • hey cuz
  • Hey cowboy... etc. I will not answer to any of these.

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cookinwithgas    7,393

Ok not really stupid but kinda funny:

My ex wife (from Savannah) to our movers when we were getting our furniture into our house near Boston in 1988:

(shouting from the kitchen) "Y'all! Want some ice tea?"

Mover: "Ma'am, we're United Van Lines, not You Haul"

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