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Everyone redneck usernames Southerners can get a little creative with our names, and by a little, we mean a lot. Sure, there's the classic Southern names we all know and love, but there's also the less known, but still equally Southern, ones like Fannie Mae, Maynard and Hazelene.
That's why we decided to ask our readers on the It's a Southern Thing Facebook "What's the most Southern name you've ever heard? Here's a look at 42 of You can read all of the submissions on the It's a Southern Thing Facebook. A note to readers: If you like what we do and want to help support It's a Southern Thing, please consider becoming a member.
The Potluck for exclusive swag, behind-the-scenes content, discounts and more! up here. She asked her, "oh you're a Bama fan? My parents named me Alabama Morning Star. I go by Bama. Always loved that! Rebecca Lynn.
I'm from Mobile, Ala. Also, Wisteria. Aunt Mozelle and Hazelene. Kid's grandfather on their dad's side was Early. Can go on and on They became sort of a local legend because of it. The family reunions were huge! Their names were Girls: Zelphia, Zula, Zadie and Zenobia.
Their parents: Ameriah and Jutry. There have redneck usernames stories written about the Cox family with the all Z names. Kinda cool. I apologize if someone else already posted this. Savannah is her own name, and Grace after my Great Aunt Grace. My kids have first names as wings, and middle name are their family roots. Roots and Wings. Southern traditions. Pronounced See-less and See-more. It might not have been a Billy Bob or a Maryanne, but it was definitely different.
Also, there's many in my family who all had the same middle name and initials, Louise, and the initials of ELW. I have a sister named Jenetta, and another sister named Josephine. We is definitely kuntry. It was pronounced 'Antikew'. They had a daughter named Lovey. Flossy was pregnant with Lovie at the same time my great great grandma was pregnant with my great grandma, so she named granny Dovie. So in my family we have Dewy, Redneck usernames, Lovie and Dovie! I promise this isn't a joke. We are just good 'ole Appalachian folk from Kentucky! One of my best friends is named Scarlett and, of course, redneck usernames dog that has ever been named Bear or Bryant!
My great grandmother was Nannie Maudeand my grandfather was Cecil Linwood. Her mother was Dovie Alto. My other grandmother was Augusta Magnolia. Her mother was Durana, nicknamed "Drainie". My husband's grandmother was Ludean. My great grandma's name was Queenie Marcilla. If that ain't country And I thought that her name was Shebbyjean until I was almost grown because that is how the whole family pronounced it.
His cousin's first and middle names were Jim Beam. My great grandmother was called Mama Jo, for Josephine Shea. Oh, and my Uncle Happy. The neighbor down the road is a woman named Fred. My mom was an adult before she realized her name was Ivy Lee. Neither one liked their middle names, but I love them!
Her mom is Savannah Katelynn. If that's not Southern, I don't know what is. She chose to be called Heidi instead. Can you blame her? Perhaps it's because we do things casually here but we Southerners are known for taking shortcuts when we speak. We drop the Gs from the ends of words and sometimes make up newer, shorter versions such as "tump" for "overturn. These multi-contractions are so common in our speech, we often don't even know we are saying them, or what we really mean.
That's why we made a guide on how to use Southern contractions. READ : Southern words that confuse people in the rest of the country. READ : 19 ways Southerners say hello and goodbye. READ : 25 of the best lines in Southern movies. READ: Southern mama rules about how to behave in public.
It wasn't just because I wasn't in school and didn't have to do any math, although that helped. I loved the weekends the most because my dad, brothers, mom and I would actually get together to eat breakfast -- and my mom would cook us chocolate gravy.
The recipe for chocolate gravy -- known as "chocolate 'n' biscuits" in my house -- was passed down from my grandmother to my mom, but I never thought it was particularly special. All of my friend's parents' cooked chocolate 'n' biscuits. It's just what everyone did. And their recipes were delicious too, of course. It's pretty hard to cook non-tasty chocolate gravy. But after I moved away from my tiny North Alabama town, I realized one thing that shocked me: Not that many people in the South have even tried chocolate gravy. The sweet breakfast treat is a very regional dish, with The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture -- Foodways citing its connection to both Appalachia and the Arkansas Ozarks -- although its origins aren't known.
And even when I travel just two hours south of my North Alabama hometown to visit my co-workers in Birmingham hi, y'all! Which is too bad. Chocolate gravy may be one of the South's greatest foods, and it's as delicious as all of our other amazing gravies: sawmill, red-eye and brown. And I challenge you to try it, if you haven't before. Put tons of butter in it, because we all know that everything is better with butter. Here's you a recipe. And always remember: Chocolate gravy was frequently served to Elvis in Graceland.
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