people: i like your accent
me: what accent??
When your coach is also your history teacher
Dad: excuse me?
Me: yes sir.
When i was a kid i thought amazing grace was the national anthem.
“All we have is unsweetened tea”
Finding butter or cool whip containers in the fridge and knowing good and well that it’s not actually cool whip or butter.
Coming from a small town means introducing yourself as “I’m so and so’s daughter” and then they automatically know who you are
Knowing where yonder is
“What do you want to drink?”
Growing up southern It’s not a pop or a soda, y’all.
Me to my friend from NY:”You want some grits”
Them: “isnt that the same thing as oatmeal”
When “go-awn-n-giiiiiiiit” is a legitimate dog training term.
#GrowingUpSouthern school gettin canceled for flurries
“I DON’T KNOW WHO YOU THINK YOU ARE, BUT YOU’RE GONNA STOP COMING IN AND OUT OF THIS HOUSE!”
#GrowingUpSouthern taking 30 minutes to say goodbye to anybody.
#GrowingUpSouthern referring to a shopping cart as a buggy
“Stop your cryin or I’ll give you something to cry about” – every southern mamma
#GrowingUpSouthern Everybody has an old fish hangin up singin “Don’t worry, be happy!”
#GrowingUpSouthern being told “you’re being ugly” by your momma if you’re being mean
#GrowingUpSouthern “I’m gettin’ eaten up. Can we go inside?”
“I put you in this world and I can dang sure take you out of it”–mommas across the south
#GrowingUpSouthern Greeting everyone you see even if they were strangers
#GrowingUpSouthern “y’all’d've” is an actual word
#GrowingUpSouthern you didn’t measure sugar for tea or Kool Aid, you just added it ’til it felt right
#GrowingUpSouthern you either eat what’s on the table, or you don’t eat at all
#GrowingUpSouthern there’s no such thing as a forest. We got woods lol
#GrowingUpSouthern when “Bless your heart” could be something really sweet or either just a nice way of saying “Youre stupid”