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Discussion in 'DDM Works Open House (Oct. 19 - 21, 2012) - Piedmo' started by KittyMini, Oct 18, 2012.
Heading south on 81.
I forgot how nice southerner are
Only 392 miles to go.
Wave to my sister as you pass Roanoke.
We only seem nice. We speak in code, sort of.
"Welcome to the South" = "I wish you damn Yankees would stay the hell away."
Just for that I'm coming to your house... With a groundhog :lol:
I've found minimark is among the best at this skill of making you seem valued and welcome, while inwardly hating your guts and wanting you to go back to Detroit or Chicago or whatever hellhole you came from.
Kitty, the further South you go, the more polite the people. It is that good ol' southern charm and manners. I was born in the South and raised in the South. In my almost 52 years, I have been to many other states and a few other countries. The Southern States are the most pleasant when it comes to the people. Most Southerners will go out of their way to help a stranger. I remember one time during Motorcycle Speed Week (Feb. 1984), I met a guy from Japan at the Florida Welcome Station that was traveling around the world on his new Yamaha Virago. During his course of reaching Florida, he had broken a clutch lever when he dropped the bike. I led him into Pensacola to the Yamaha dealership where he could buy a new lever. I installed the lever for him and led him back out to the Interstate. He gave me a Japanese coin for my trouble and he was on his way. I still have that coin to this day. It was a good feeling to help someone like that. In saying that, I think that MINI owners are a lot like motorcyclist. We are part of a large family and would do anything to help each other. Southerners will help just about anybody that needs help. If you ever get down to Pensacola, give me a shout.
:cornut: Heard a lot of good things about you gal. Y'all come on to Texas ya hea!
@ Paul- don't get your thong in a bunch... I will only be down for a few days. And "hell" is too nice to describe Philly :cornut:
@ James- that's super nice if you. You bet I'll say hi if I'm ever there
@ Jason- my ex is from Texas... That's close to the song :lol:
Haha. My favorite: "...Well God bless your heart." :lol:
Here ya go KittyMini
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMNw_-yUm_0]George Strait All My Ex's Live In Texas Live - YouTube[/ame]
:cornut: Texas is big enough for you and the ex. I've got a couple of ex's here myself. And when I lived in Tennesee, well...........................
Wtf is a Fatty Natty??? :confused5:
And you all ok with Jews??? Cause there's a lot of crosses down here :lol:
Taste like chicken.
I guess that's good :sosp:
:cornut: Fatty Natty is a reg. trade mark for Anheiser Busch lite beers. Jews south of the Mason Dixon(?) why h*ll yeah. Judah P. Benjamin was an Attorney from Louisiana(originally from England) who served in President Davis' cabinet as Secretary of War and later as Secretary of State for the Confederate States of America. Jews are definitely some of our finest Suthun Boys and Gals.
Good to know Jason
:cornut: As most of us don't know what 'Temple' means, don't be surprised if you're asked which Jewish Church that you attend?
Though I look very Jewish, most people don't know I am once they see my sleeve :ihih:
:cornut: I'm slow so that one took me a minute; you wear short sleeves like us goyem.
Hmmm.. I figured she is referring to a tattoo sleeve. Most Jews (so I am told by my wife who is Jewish) stay away from tattoo's because of what Hitler did to the Jews tattooing numbers on them. I know many Jewish people with tattoo's though, probably just depends on how religious you are.