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Real Southern Men Bring the Funny

Yesterday, we shared with you the best of our musings about Southern life, family and our own histories. Today, we go the other way. Southern storytelling has a long history of humor, peppered with hyperbole, wit and sarcasm, sweetened with a heaping spoonful of gentility. Like good Southern cooking, it’s complex – savory and sweet.

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Real Southern Men Get Personal

It’s Best Of Week here on RSM. Next up is a collection of our best personal essays, memoirs and recollectin’. We Southerners love to tell stories. And our best stories are the ones that hit closest to home, the ones that show a healthy mix of wry humor and introspection.

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RSM’s Best: Your favorite posts of the week

One week ago today, we launched Real Southern Men with a bang. Until attentions shifted to deadly storms sweeping through the South yesterday, we had good traffic all week. Just in case you missed something, we’ve compiled a rundown of our most popular stories of the last seven days. Here’s what we learned about you, […]

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