"Well butter my butt, and call me a biscuit!"- Sheri Choner Merrill, Havasu, AZ
How about Flo from Alice? "Well Kiss My Grits" - Darrin Murphy, Milford, CT
"Bless your heart, and my all time favorite "Hold my beer" LOL!!! Being from KY that one is my favorite. - Linda Ray Coffey, La Grange, Kentucky
"Don't get your knickers in a bunch!" My brother would say "That '(Fill in)' was so hot makes you wanna jump up and slap your granddad!" Oh... I need to get to the south. LOVE the south! LOVE IT! - Nicole Radoumis Weiler, Woodland Hills, CA
As my MawMaw (grandma) or PawPaw (grandpa) would say to my sister and I if they caught us fighting. "youngus go on down yonder and fetch me a switch". or how about "come and get it, yer suppers on the table" - Tamara Posey, Flat Rock, Michigan
'Well Bless their Heart'. Said after saying something unkind about them .... inferring they are not wrapped tight and 'can't hep it.- Donna J. Menard Radoumis, Compton, CA.
Hey (Hello) Miss Kelli, I reckon (think) since now that you have become a Southern Belle (Southern Lady), that you & Rob will be going to that Shindig (dance or celebration). Much obliged (thank you)!! - Jacki Staley Cozad, Thousand Oaks, CA
My dad use to tell his Dr. ..."I got this place that needs tension." - Rose Oliver Hutchison, Suffolk, Virginia
From my Dad. "Every day of my life forces me to add to the list of people that can kiss my _______." I use it frequently myself. - Wiley Hicks Simpson, North Hills, CA
When visiting the south with a friend I had the pleasure of meeting her Grandfather. Upon entering the room the old gentleman passed gas. He stopped, turned around, looked at his backside and said..."Woha Fanny".- Jill Vance Keenan, Woodland Hills, CA
I'm originally from RI, but when I moved to KY I heard this one night at a dinner table when we were out with some friends and I thought I would just die laughinh.. I had to ask the gentleman to repeat himself b/c I thought I had heard wrong... but this is what he said...."He was all over me like a hobo on a hotdog"....-Jeanne Monast- Keller, Texas
"Well isn't that precious"... used as an insult just like "bless her heart"! - Beija Brindley
My Aunt Ethel used to tell us "Now Quit Being Ugly" and she wasn't referring to our looks! But my favorite one was "Dad Gummit" Cussing without using bad words!! - Audrey Cole, West Hills, CA
"y'all come back now....." Carolyn Sweeney, Agoura Hills, CA
Thank you to all who shared! Winner of our contest for best Southern expression is a tie! Sheri Chonner Merrill and Jeanne Monast, congratulations!
What is YOUR favorite Southern expression?