You might also like pins from these topics

Texas

Writing

So True

My Life

Truths

There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
They used Pinterest to find new songs to learn
Join Pinterest to find (and save!) all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site

Related Pins

I'm new(er) to the south, but say a lot of these things. Persnickety might be my favorite.

! Even my FAMILY makes fun of my accent-that I don't know I have lol I owe it to the fact that my brothers and sisters grew up, for the most part in Dallas...and I was 3 when we moved to Paris, Tx. Paris is a small town right up near the Oklahoma border and I guess I picked up THEIR dialect lol making me different

The South- perfect explanation....but "ain't" is in my vocabulary.

My motto. Its not lame or dumb, people its called manners. Yeah I may be old fashioned but gosh dang it I am not ur slave u will ask for things not demand them. So stop being a prissy little five year old but at least five year olds dont know better!

That's exactly the way it is here in Tennessee my friends. Come visit and I'll make a dinner you will never forget:)

My sweet hubby makes me coffee every morning and has it sitting in the bathroom sink when I go to get ready!! He has me spoiled...and I do love him very much!!

The South - Where The Last "G" Is Silent In About 99.9% Of Words, Just Sayin'

In the South, 'honey' can be a term of endearment or a dire warning. Along with "bless her heart"!

Sometimes I forget to change the captions on my pins and worry people will think I really said that.

Yep, I do this all of the time! AND I have to tell my car occupants to be quiet too!!