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Southern Slang Deemed ‘Triggering Hate Speech’ By Libs, No Joke…

JohnBurke 8 Sep 19

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Paint a Confederate flag on your car and get a Dixie horn. These are the new symbols of freedom, and all Americans are entitled to use them.

The Dukes of Hazard was liked by both Northerners, Southerners, Republicans, and Democrats. The Civil War is over and Democrats need to get over it.

After the Civil War, the North and South reunited as one nation. All Americans can whistle Dixie.


Wow! Hard to believe they might actually be serious about this foolishness. I moved to the south over 25 years ago and it took me a while to get used to some of the hateful things people would say, like “hi sweetly” or “what can I git ya, hun?” As far as y’all goes, I had heard that used to differentiate between single and plural well before moving to Southern states. To be honest, I still say “you guys” sometimes when talking to more than one person (male or female or both). I do this because “y’all” used by many down here to refer to the singular or plural. When some people want to differentiate, they will say “all y’all”.

All of the people I know (regardless of the color of their skin or their ethnic heritage) would say this is just somebody looking for a problem where there is no problem. Y’all is used the same way and with the same frequency by people of all races down here.


No one has repealed the First Amendment yet. The only place speech is not free is in the minds of the politically correct; the dupes of Marxists and their sympathizers.


Blax, and not only in the "Souf," love saying "y'all," though!

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