This is gooder'n....

grits

I need a southern comment that implies that something is:

gooder’n

or

funner’n

The best (and just about only) phrase I’ve found on the internet is gooder’n grits. Any suggestion for this cliche poor yank?

funnier than a dog with peanut butter on the roof of his mouth.

gooder’n grits 'n gravy!

funner’n flickin’ a flea!

A friend used to put on an accent and say “gooder’n Hell.”

My granddaddy used to say “better’n snuff and not near as dusty”. FTR he’d never say “gooder’n”.

I had a great uncle who’d say “Now that’s cuttin’ a fat hog in the ass!” when something was real good or some good luck came his way.