Reasons to live in the South

gritsar

Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!
13 Years
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As a spin-off of my dear friend HarlansHollowFarm's thread, let's list the reasons it's a GOOD thing to live in the South. I'll start.

Reason #1 - we don't have to shovel our snow, we just wait for the next day when it'll melt.
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easttxchick

Lone Star Call Ducks
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Gee, there are some many reasons!
The people are friendly, the food is great, the winters are short and mild(in the Deep South), slower pace of life...
It's all good!
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ranchhand

Rest in Peace 1956-2011
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LOL, there are OTHER things we get to shovel frequently.......

But I do love living in the south for the most part. I'm on the coast, so freshly caught seafood is a huge bonus.

Despite the reputation for being a bunch of hicks, I find most people here are well educated, polite and willing to help anyone, anytime.
 

BrattishTaz

Roo Magnet
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You don't have to hear someone order "pop" when they are thirsty.
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I don't know why that word bothers me so much.

I would comment on the weather here but that would be on the negative side.
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Edited to add: GRAVY....you can't forget the gravy!
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gritsar

Cows, Chooks & Impys - OH MY!
13 Years
Nov 9, 2007
28,906
345
661
SW Arkansas
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Yep. When Keith went to the gun shop yesterday I had to send him a text to remind him to come home. I just knew when he left that he was going to get involved in a "bovine fertilizer seminar". On the other hand, if you want your DH out of the house for awhile, send him to the farmer's co-op for a little something.
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