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  1. Mar 07,  · The southern United States has its own distinctive traditions, food, and accents, making it one of the most fascinating regions in the country. Of course, to go along with all of the other quirks and differences in the South, there’s a whole world of Southern dialect and phrases that Yankees and other Americans simply have no idea about.
  2. Feb 21, - Explore Teresa Ogle's board "Southern Slang", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Southern slang, Southern sayings, Southern pins.
  3. The Southern Slang Dictionary will help you avoid confusion if you are planning to visit the South. Use this slang dictionary to help you to understand what’s going on all over the South. These are some of them most common (and not so common) Southern slang terms I hear in Arkansas. Be sure to check.
  4. Our Favorite Southern Slang Here's some of our all-time favorite Southern slang. 11 of View All. 12 of Save FB Tweet. More. Pinterest. Email. Send Text Message Print. She's as Pretty as a Peach This is a high compliment in the South, since Southern states are known for their peaches.
  5. Other southern slang expressions “Tan your hide” You’re in for a good whoopin’ “Sweatin’ like a whore in church” Actually refers to being overly hot and sweaty (because the humidity here is HORRIBLE) much like an uncomfortable prostitute in church.
  6. Southern Slang is similar to other rap styles, but has more of a southern accent which often makes it sound smoother of the tongue. Southern Slang gave rise to true swagger.
  7. Southern Slang, West Jefferson, North Carolina. 75 likes. A unique little shop located above the Hotel Tavern we sell handmade crafts jewelry and much more. Ya'all come and see us "Bless your pea.
  8. Apr 05,  · Shortly, pretty soon, before long; adequate description of living on Southern time. 5. Cotton pickin’ minute. A cotton picking minute would last the exact amount of time it took the regular person to pick a basket of cotton. This is approximately minutes per person; used in conversation as an intensifier; adds emphasis. 6. Sit a spell.

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