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Old 02-15-2020, 09:30 AM
Ynnad is offline
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Originally Posted by BigT View Post
As someone who lives in the more rural part of the Ozarks in Arkansas ... .
BigT: Do people use the phrase "fixing to" in the Ozarks? I know it is very common south of the Ozarks. Are you familiar with the terms "a hoot and holler from" and "clean over to" used as description of distance? I have watched so much Beverly Hillbillies lately I don't know if they are part of my natural vocabulary or not. I do "reckon" from time to time. Also, I have noticed that people in the southwestern United States do not know where "over yonder" is nor do they know what a "dog trot house" is.