Look dummy trousers….It’s been real treat to converse with someone who is affectionately known in the South as a “southbound end of a northbound mule”. Yes, I called you a dummy and a jackass. You are just arguing with yourself anyway and have way too much intellect for a dumb ole southerner like myself. Have a nice life now…ya hear.
Some of us WANT to move down south because of your rights! Especially gun rights! Our kids, friends & other relatives have left for your rights but our aging parents who won’t move with us, who need daily care or just to be checked on are the reasons we’re still here. Taxes, crime, loss of jobs & job opportunities never mind liberal politicians including so called republicans all make it so hard to stay. But, family and honoring our parents are more honoring to the Lord. He’s still providing our needs.
I’m from the south, and right now live in Connecticut. Most people up here think southerners are really stupid. However, I am an intelligent person, and find that most people up here are really dumb. That being said, the people down south are so much nicer. I miss the people down there the most. They are rude here, unfriendly, and have no idea what to do when I say “Good Morning!”.
In conclusion, It SUCKS up here. Taxes are outrageous, the weather sucks, people are rude, and most of them are dumb as a bag of hammers. I can’t wait to get back.
Looks like she was beat with an ugly stick
Climbed an ugly tree and hit every limb on the way down
Looks like they set her face on fire and beat it out with a logging chain
As far as #13…Gov Long probably go that saying from a story like the one my grandfather told me. He said when was a kid a neighbor had a mule that get tired in the field and just lay down. The owner tried everything to get him up each time and nothing worked until it was nighttime and the mule would walk back to the barn. One day when it happen the owner went and got a big bunch of dried corn shucks and pile them onto the wet sweaty mule and then set them on fire. When they started burning good and got hot the mule jumped up and raced off. He said from then own the owner just kept a corn cob with dried shucks attached with him when he was plowing and would shake them when the mule started to get tired and slow down and the mule would speed back up again. I think this might be where Gov Long got the saying “enough money to burn a wet mule” from.