There was a conspicuous spike in hits, especially to our Real Southern Rules category, the day before the Alabama and Mississippi primaries. Coincidence? We think not.Continue reading
We’ve written much on here about the goal of defining Southern masculinity and celebrating all the good of the South.
What I have never shared was the original germ of an idea that sparked the whole thing. That’s because, until two days ago, I had honestly forgotten.Continue reading
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 almost like meta-Twanglish: a Twanglish word that is a lazier, slurred, contracted version of another Twanglish term.Continue reading
Okay, for several months now we’ve been on here telling you what a Real Southern Man is and how to be one. We think one thing that defines real Southerness is the willingness to give something back. Somebody makes you a batch of biscuits, you cook them up a mess of collards. That’s just how […]Continue reading
Twanglish Lessons is your bi-weekly guide to mastering the finer points of the Official Language of the South. Remenber, it’s not English; it’s Twanglish.
Before y’all get your hackles all in a burr, today’s Twanglish Lesson isn’t what it seems. However, this particular bit of Twanglish is exclusively the domain of the ladies.Continue reading
How do you define a Real Southern Man? We’d love to hear your comments. But first…
Today’s entry of “A Real Southern Man is…” is about as universal a definition of Southerness as can be found. It steers clear of the controversies of politics, religion, race, class and even team affiliation.Continue reading