It's important to understand the "regional language of love". You never know when it's going to come in handy. There is something utilitarian about the American South...
In Idaho it's "Want to lick my Popsicle, little girl?"
Bwahahahahahaha. Well there you go. I learn so much here.Have a terrific day Odie. ☺
LL, I'm finding it's really catching on in the hills of California too.
Adrienne, it's always worked for me.
Sandee, we on the staff here at Woodsterman pride ourselves on being good teachers.
LOL. Awesome as always Odie :-)
LOL, good ones!
Yeeee Hawww....We be ridin' now! Better than walkin' the dawg...http://thescottcarpdream.blogspot.com/2014/07/walkin-dogwest-virginia-redneck-style.html
I call that Southern Pragmatism.
In the Northeast, it's "Like the Ferrari?".PS I think it's Te Amo
Or ass for gas?
And who says, good ole boys don't have a way with words.
Thanks for the compliment on the American South, LL -- I think.
Brighid, Thank Yee.
Scotty, funny stuff Dude!
Euripides, I call it redneck romance.
Edutcher, Do you mean Nantucket?
Cube, isn't that where gas comes from?
Ron, I'd never say that.
Marine, he's jealous ... I think.
Well that explains why it is hard to pick up women in Texas... I don't have a truck...
Madhat, how do you survive without one?
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