I know that we have encouraged these sort of regulations and limitations and sanctioned them all in the name of preservation and small town life. However, sometimes that seems a bit excessive to me.
The think is, the other day I noticed another Southernism and I wondered if we were just taking things a bit too far. You know how we say dah-ling and shugah instead of darling and sugar? Well look at this:
Really? Isn't this a bit much even for us die-hard southerners?
I was snickering about this and mentioned it when I went into the store (See that pretty brick building in the background?) to get my batteries. As it turns out, evidently the mounting for the letter R must not have been done with quality and a recent wind storm had blown it off. So, they are waiting for the repair crew to come. I wonder if they will put an R back up or if they will go with an H. We are here in the south aren't we brothahs and sistahs?