Flat as a
Grits are ground corn. Why
not call it cornmeal, you ask? Well,
cornmeal is more finely ground.
g’s at the end of words ending in
‘ing’ We do have the
tendency to bite off the ends of most words--almost as if it takes too much
effort to say the whole thing.
child (or Honey chile): Sure,
that's how it sounds. Except for the 'honey'. It usually ends up
sounding more like "hon'y chile".Icing (it's never frosting--it's
icing. I always howl when I watch Feminine Air and Becky says "frosting on
bigger than a minute:
Milk that ain't buttermilk. No,
we don't put sugar in our milk. :D
babies to make them stop cryin’.
(never hot, always sweet)
you a nap:
Go have a nap.
(or ya'll): Used when talking to more than one person.
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