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Old 03-03-2013, 06:28 AM   #1
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Understanding the Language

Quick lesson for Northerners.
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Old 03-03-2013, 06:55 AM   #2
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My brother and sister moved down south years ago, and they now talk like that.
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:39 AM   #3
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Hey, sounds right to me! And I understand it.
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:49 AM   #4
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I am in Wisconsin and use the terminology all the time.....now I see I may have been using "all y'all" incorrectly Thanks for the heads up!
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Anybody watch the show moonshiners? They have text displayed at bottom of screen so you can understand what they are saying. I've only seen a couple episodes but when Tickle was dispensing shine out of kitchen sink in an RV........Now that is southern hospitality!
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Anybody watch the show moonshiners? They have text displayed at bottom of screen so you can understand what they are saying. I've only seen a couple episodes but when Tickle was dispensing shine out of kitchen sink in an RV........Now that is southern hospitality!
Lol brings a new meaning to fresh water!
And I did watch it!


Oakman so where is the actual dividing line? North/south?
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Quick lesson for Northerners.

After living in Virginia for 10 Years, I started talking like that. Then I moved to California and everyone looked at me like I was stupid when I talked.
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Only because the CA folks have no clue, unless they buy one, get one given, get taxed for it, or all of the above.
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Oakman so where is the actual dividing line? North/south?

It's a very blurry line but in my state it runs from Tuckers Corner, MO in the southwest part of our state northeast passing through Pilot Knob and then just south of Byrnes Mill before it hits the Mississippi River around Flamm City. The line then drops south to TN.
Actually I have no idea what's south and north I just wanted to type Byrnes Mill.


Here's some real history though, the battle of Pilot Knob (Fort Davidson). The Battle of Pilot Knob Official Records and Battle Description
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Don't forget the plural possessive: Y'allses. "Could I have one of y'allses beers?"
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