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This is really inspired by McCree but works for other Southern characters.
This is based on my experience growing up in Tennessee for 28 years. This will not necessarily be the same as other parts of the South. You are welcome to add or share differences but do not tell me I am wrong. I believe robo-cryptid is going to make a post about writing Southern accents and, amongst other things, how often or not you should identify the accent phonetically. Feel free to ask or run anything by me since a lot of this is hard to explain and natural for Southerners.
Fan artist in too many fandoms More active on Twitter. A past-tense auxiliary verb used to add emphasis.
You done fucked up. I done told you before. But try not to do it with every verb as that can be overwhelming. Used to denote long or medium distance. Includes all soda except root beer. These can run the gamut tbh.
Ok this is a huge pet peeve of mine but this phrase is not only used as a veiled insult.
Situation and tone of voice dictate the meaning of this. Southerners are too polite for that. Exclamatory phrases. You do not make iced tea and then add sugar packets. Most Southern households have sweet tea-specific pitchers. Sweet tea is the lifeblood of the South.
My cousins were fed sweet tea from a baby bottle. This is more ingrained in our blood that anything else and is an extremely hard habit to break. This is a form of respect but not subservience and is not an indicator of age like it is elsewhere.
Children say this to adults, adults will say this to children, though not as often. Posted on 02 AprilatSouthern guys tumblr
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