Tag Archives: Walmarts

If I Hadn’t Stopped: Conversations from the Walmarts

“It’s a heady thing to have someone’s entire life story dumped in your lap while standing in frozen foods.”

Read Wayne Franklin’s account of his encounter with a down-on-his-luck Southern man at “the Walmarts.”

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Twanglish Lesson: Otter, Awta & Orta

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

Today’s Twanglish Lesson sounds a bit like a children’s book title in the making.

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Be a Real Southern Man #6 – Tick off PETA

Welcome to your virtual manual for becoming a Real Southern Man.

Today’s how-to tip is sure to cause some controversy. Or maybe not. Depends on whom you ask. Although, with the way our readership has been dwindling lately, we could use a little bit of a scandal.

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Twanglish Lesson: Once’t (or however you spell it)

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.

Every so often you come across a Twanglish word that you have no idea how to spell.

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Twanglish Lesson: Futbaw

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.

If you’re offended by discussions of religion, you’ll want to avoid today’s Twanglish Lesson, because this one is all about one of the great religions of the South.

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Twanglish Lesson: The Elvis (Sandwich)

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 continues our Elvis Week posts and deals with one of our favorite topics: food. Good, Southern, heavy, nasty, fatty comfort food.

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A Real Southern Man Never Quits: A Confession

It’s Friday. Very few people will read this website today. That’s what our statistics tell us.

I can tell you that there have been 190 posts on this site since we started on April 9. Of those, I’ve written about 165. But why do I do it?

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Twanglish Lesson: Healthy

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 yet again proves that real Southerners have a highly refined sense of irony.

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Twanglish Lesson: The Kang

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 is August 16. That may not mean much to some of you. But what if I asked you where you were on August 16, 1977? Not ringing a bell?

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Twanglish Lesson: Slap

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

Today’s Twanglish Lesson isn’t what you think it is. (Or maybe you’re wise to us and know that we’re big fans of misdirection when comes to our Twanglish Lessons.)

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