Wednesday, July 30, 2014

You Are Never Too Old To Learn Something New


Here is today's lesson.
Thank You Trailbee!

26 comments:

  1. 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...

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  2. In Idaho it's "Want to lick my Popsicle, little girl?"



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  3. Bwahahahahahaha. Well there you go. I learn so much here.

    Have a terrific day Odie. ☺

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  4. LL, I'm finding it's really catching on in the hills of California too.

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  5. Adrienne, it's always worked for me.

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  6. Sandee, we on the staff here at Woodsterman pride ourselves on being good teachers.

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  7. Yeeee Hawww....We be ridin' now! Better than walkin' the dawg...

    http://thescottcarpdream.blogspot.com/2014/07/walkin-dogwest-virginia-redneck-style.html

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  8. I call that Southern Pragmatism.

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  9. In the Northeast, it's "Like the Ferrari?".

    PS I think it's Te Amo

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  10. And who says, good ole boys don't have a way with words.

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  11. Thanks for the compliment on the American South, LL -- I think.

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  12. Euripides, I call it redneck romance.

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  13. Cube, isn't that where gas comes from?

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  14. Well that explains why it is hard to pick up women in Texas... I don't have a truck...

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  15. Madhat, how do you survive without one?

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