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    "You Can't Drink All Day If You Don't Start in the Morning" ....Surviving the South with Sweet Tea-Flavored Vodka, Chicken Salad, and Jesus

  • Tammi Halliburton

    You cant drink all day if you dont start in the morning by Celia Rivenbark~ cute book full of sarcasm and Southern Humor

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