Monday, July 20, 2009

A Little Southern Comfort

Stanley writes in:

We had a guy at work who spoke in a thick, Southern drawl. Sometimes so thick it was hard to understand him. He used y'all constantly, and would pepper his conversations with quaint little Southern sayings like 'Busy as a stump-tailed cow in fly time' and 'Happy as a dead pig in the sunshine'.

Problem was, he was from New Jersey and had never lived anywhere else.

Well tie me to a pig and roll me in the mud! That's strange!

Now, why are you smilin’ like a goat in a briarpatch?


Anonymous said...

proves that southern is a state of mind

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