The South 
/thΙ™ ‘ sau’th/, noun 

The place where. . .1.) Tea and accents are sweeter  2.) Summer starts in April.   3.) Macaroni and Cheese is a vegetable 4.) Front porches are wide and words are long.  5.) Pecan Pie is a staple  6.)  Y’all is the proper noun. 7.) Chicken is fried and biscuits come with gravy. 8.) Everything is Darlin’  &  9.) Someone’s heart is always being blessed. 

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Playing along with Ni hao Y’all ~  this photo was taken with natural light on a Fujifilm S1000

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10 thoughts on “The South

  1. There is a big argument between me and my step-daughter's mom. She tells the girls Ya'll is a BAD word (meaning she is an English major from Massachusetts). Oh we go round and round on that, BLESS HER HEART.:-)

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  2. Why bless your daughter's step momma's heart. Isn't she just Darlin'. ((that's a statement in South πŸ™‚ )) For thinking Y'all is a bad word when we all know . . .Hey, all y'all is proper in South when we want to address every single person in the room – and Y'all is the only way to go when addressing a few people and/or there just might be one or two you really didn't want to say Hey to anyway. . ~ What do they know in Massachusetts anyway. ((another statement.)) πŸ™‚ LOL!!!!

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