You May Live In South Carolina

Someone sent this to me in an e-mail and I thought it was cute.  (And could be so true)

What Jeff Foxworthy has to say about people in South Carolina:
 
If someone in a Home Depot store offers you assistance and they don’t work there, you may live in South Carolina.

If you are ‘fixin’ to go anywhere or do anything, you may live in South Carolina.

If you’ve worn shorts on Christmas day, you may live in South Carolina.

If you’ve had a telephone conversation with a wrong number, you may live in South Carolina.

If ‘vacation’ means going to Myrtle Beach for a week, you may live in South Carolina.
 
If you install security alarms on your house and garage, but leave both unlocked, you may live in South Carolina.
 

If you carry jumper cables in your car and your wife knows how to use them, you may live in South Carolina

If the speed limit on the highway is 55, you’re going 70 and everybody is passing you, you may live in South Carolina

If you find 60 degrees ‘a little chilly’, you may live in South Carolina.

If you take time off work to watch college football,  you may live in South Carolina.

 If you know the names of any NASCAR drivers besides Dale Jr. or Jeff Gordon, you may live in South Carolina.
 
If you think iced tea only comes pre-sweetened, you may live in South Carolina.

 
If you know two or more people named ‘Bubba’, you may live in South Carolina.

 
If you think that all Yankee college students should move back home upon graduation, you may live in South Carolina.

If you actually understand these jokes, and share them with your friends, you definitely live in South Carolina

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3 Responses to You May Live In South Carolina

  1. CrossView says:

    Cute! =D

    And that pretty much sums up the whole south… LOL!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It's Mom2fur, aka Clare, here. I just want to make sure. If I hit the link and order something from the site, you get the credit? You can contact me at my blog Sortafrugal.blogspot.com or my e-mail, which is lufmikidz at aol dot com. I'd like to help your daughter earn that picture!

    BTW, thanks for the nice comment you left on my little vintage dress. I think the fabric came from Joanne's–I could double-check for you. I would bet you could find a princess line dress in your daughter's size, although in this day and age it would take some looking!

  3. OhPumpkinshellz says:

    LOL That was awesome 😀

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