Visual Twanglish Lesson: Do Not Mash on Peaches

This pic comes to us courtesy of filmmaker David Adams, who snapped this at a roadside peach stand in Clanton, Alabama. We’ve talked about the Twanglish term “mash” before; here we see it in action!

One Response to “Visual Twanglish Lesson: Do Not Mash on Peaches”

  1. My old physical therapist told me recently that one of her patients, said “it hurts where you’re mashin’ on me”. Considering she is from IL, she found this extremely funny! This just hones it in.

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