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  • Lezli Gale

    I will always be a Southern girl at heart!

  • Sylvia Medley

    Southern Belle..

  • Milissa Yeagley

    what they don't realize is that we use the phrase, "bless her heart" right before we say something mean lol. ex: bless her heart her butt is just so big and there's not a thing she can do about it. lmao

  • Rebecca Hayes

    Southern hospitality

  • Brandi Denmark

    Southern thang...

  • Celeste Kenney

    The South ~ The place where ... Tea is sweet and accents are sweeter. Macaroni & cheese is a vegetable. Front porches are wide & words are long. Pecan pie is a staple. Y'all is a proper noun. Biscuits come with gravy. Everything is darlin'. Someone's heart is always being blessed.

  • Teresa Boyer

    Southern Sayings... I'm a Southern girl!

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