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Twanglish Lesson: Junder and Yunder (Not A Law Firm)

Twanglish Lessons is your semi-unregularly posted guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember: it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

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Twanglish Lessons: Tell Big Momma and Them We Said “Hey”

Now that we’ve gotten past our 15 minutes of fame (or was it infamy?) brought on by being slanderously maligned in The New Yorker, it’s time to get back to the business of “reveling in the New South and wrasslin’ with the Old.” And what better way to do that than a new Twanglish Lesson?

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God. Family. Football. A Twanglish Lesson

People from other regions see our devotion to football in this part of the country as misplaced, or even delusional. They’re wrong.

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Twanglish Lesson: Old Timer’s

Twanglish Lessons is your semi-unregularly posted guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember: it’s not English; it’s Twanglish. Twanglish Lessons is back!

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Twanglish Lesson: Poke (featuring Tony Joe White)

Twanglish Lessons is your semi-regular, bi-weekly guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

I’m sure most of these young ‘uns today would think “poke” is something you do on the Facebooks.

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Twanglish Lesson: Tump (Featuring a Monkee!)

Twanglish Lessons is your official guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

This week’s Twanglish Lesson is more controversial than we would have thought. Controversial because not everyone in the South has heard it.

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Twanglish Lesson: Flawda

Twanglish Lessons is your bi-weekly guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remember, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.

Today’s Twanglish Lesson is also a bit of a Real Southern Geography lesson.

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