I *want* your hair.That is all.
Yep. You just can't go wrong with flashing around that "Southern Charm", even if it is imaginary. Just thinking about meeting a Southerner makes me want to go around saying "y'all" and then have me some grits and collared greens...
It probably helps that you two are adorable beyond measure, too, lovely.~ ;)
Gnetch: I *want* your face. But not like in a creepy Hannibal kinda way. More like a "I wish I was all cute and shit" kinda way.Candice: I prefer to think of it as "learned" rather than "imaginary."Oh, who the hell am I kidding. It's imaginary. Kat-- I think it may be more to do with the fact that we don't say "wicked" every three seconds. =) True story, though, no one says wicked here unless they're making fun of people who say wicked.
What do you mean Just from Pa? That IS the south. Take if from me a RI/FLA girl. The RI in me says anything south of CT. is SOUTH and the FLA in me says anything north of NC is NORTH. Whatever you do, DO NOT insult the food or the Sox.
Take advantage of anything you can. Makes things easier.
I didn't think Bostonians thought in terms of North South or West - I thought they were "Boston" & "Not-From-Boston".Hmmm. the things you learn on the internet.
WHOO WEE, done looks like y'all are havin' a darned tootin' good time!---Miss the south yet? I'll send you Chic-Fil-A and sweet tea anytime you want, sugar britches.
Rebecccccca-- I would never insult the Sox! I like being alive!Vandy- AMEN, SISTA.Mary- I'm working on my wicked Bahstin accent. It's a painful process.Celia- STOP TEASING ME WITH YOUR CHIC-FIL-A, YOU WANTON SOUTHERN TEMPTRESS, YOU
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