Usage: "Ahma gonna sit rat cheer til =
foe the safnoon."
S (noun). Preborn chickens.
Usage: "Honey … git me another =
play-it of beckon and aigs."
ALL (noun). A petroleum-based lubricant.
"I sure hope my brother from Jawjuh puts all in my pickup =
MALY (phrase). My usual practice.
Usage: "Anomaly drink Dr. =
Pepper, but ah’ll have a Pepsi few don’t mind."
ARMAGEDDON (phrase). Reaching a certain =
Usage: "Armageddon sick of all them comet =
L (noun). A metallic instrument.
Usage: "Y’all come eat when you =
hear the dinner bail ring!"
D (adj, verb). Cooked in very hot water.
Usage: "Bring me some =
bald shrimp and another moon pah!"
D (verb). Past tense of the infinitive "to borrow."
"My brother bard my pickup truck."
S (noun). Supervisor
Usage: "If you don’t stop reading these =
Southern wurds and git back to work, your baws is =
gonna far you!"
WAR (noun). A sharp, twisted cable.
Usage: "Boy, stay away from =
that there bob war fence."
TS (noun). High beam headlights.
Usage: "Turn off yur brats, =
Bubba! You’s blindin’ me!"
CK (verb). To inspect or monitor.
Usage: "Chick ural, =
T (noun). A legal gathering.
Usage: "All rise … this coat is =
now in owduh"
E (noun). A common sickness.
Usage: "I ain’t coming to work … =
I got a code."
COTTON (noun). Box or container.
"Ju’ want a cotton of cigarettes?"
E,F, coming soon. Credit: “The Southern Word Homepage”, a =
favorite of mine)
Dr Bob Griffin =
Knows Me, This I Love!"