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Duck Tape or Duct Tape? We’re All Correct
Mar 30/17

Duck Tape or Duct Tape? We’re All Correct Posted by: Rod Ford | 0 Comments

Southerners are not always known for proper pronunciation of words. So, it's no wonder we might be confused about the correct pronunciation of things as ubiquitous and handy as duct tape. Or is it "duck tape"?

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8 Signs You’re on a Southern Porch
Mar 26/17

8 Signs You’re on a Southern Porch Posted by: Rod Ford | 0 Comments

Like most other things intrinsically Southern, you know a porch when you see one. Or have one. Or are on one. For those who aren’t quite sure, or who think they do but don’t really, here are some signs to let you know if you are, in fact, on the real thing.

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Southern Men & Pocket Squares
Mar 25/17

Southern Men & Pocket Squares Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

It is springtime once again here in the South. Which means that gentlemen will be rocking their seersucker or linen at outdoor affairs where gin is served and tornadoes are dodged. In my opinion nothing sets off a blazer like a nice pocket square. We love them and have worn them for years, even when...

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The Perfect Mint Julep
Mar 24/17

The Perfect Mint Julep Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

It is no secret that New Orleans gets extremely hot and humid during the middle of the summer. It’s also no secret that mint juleps are generally associated with spring in Kentucky, not July in New Orleans. However, it was in a kitchen tucked away in the back of the Hotel Monteleone in the French...

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Easter Sunday In the South
Mar 17/17

Easter Sunday In the South Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

We are in the season of Lent; you know that time when we give up something important to us in hopes of a blessing. This time of sacrifice signals Easter Sunday is fast approaching. Easter is a special time in the South and is much, much more than a religious holiday. It’s a social occasion. Of course for Christians, Easter...

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Southern Replacement Cuss Words
Mar 16/17

Southern Replacement Cuss Words Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

In the South, our parents taught us to go to church on Sunday, treat others with manners and politeness, as well as keep your language as clean as possible. Being raised in the south it wasn’t that we didn’t’ occasionally hear a few curse words in the house, but our parents certainly didn’t use profanity in the normal stream of...

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10 Things To Know about a Texas Woman
Mar 07/17

10 Things To Know about a Texas Woman Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 1 Comment

1. If you don’t like spicy food, they will most likely think you are a sissy.   Just so you know, there is any such thing as Mild Salsa.  2. They have ridden horses, but mostly at summer camp. They prefer the car with the radio turned up and the air conditioning on full blast.  3. They are BBQ Snobs. Real BBQ should...

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15 Truths about Loving a Southern Girl
Feb 21/17

15 Truths about Loving a Southern Girl Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 9 Comments

If you are a Southern Gent and you have been graced with the relationship with a Southern Lady you've learned a few things along the way.  I am happy to share these learnings with you and hope you will chime in with your comments.    1. Her idea of a great second date is a picnic. There is nothing like a...

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