Growing up in small town South Carolina, you hear just about every backwoods redneck saying in the book.
Seriously, you think you talk like every other normal individual on this planet, and you don’t realize just how much you pick up on until you go off to college and everybody looks at you with a blank stare when you open your mouth (and the sad thing is, I even went to college in my hometown).
Needless to say, I was under the impression that speaking “Andersonian” was a dialect in itself…
However, I discovered the ultimate social media account that posts just about every small town southern saying in the book, and it’s “Little Bubby Child.”
And then I knew, we weren’t alone.
Now for those of you who aren’t from small towns in the southeast, you probably think to yourself:
“There’s no shot this is how these people talk.”
And although some of these memes feel exaggerated, I promise you it’s not.
I come from a part of the world where saying it’s “Colder than a witches tit in a brass bra” and “Hotter than two cats fuckin’ in a wool sock” is as socially accepted as saying, “please and thank you.”
Let’s take a look at some of the most painfully accurate small town southern sayings on “Little Bubby Child:”