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  1. roman_capps

    roman_capps Active LVC Member

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    In the south the education may not be the best but, it sure left some good memories. When I was a kid I grew up around old rednecks who didn't care about grammar so I spoke like a old redneck and I still do sometimes it's in my blood. Well in 3rd grade I had a substitute teacher and I kept saying ain't this, ain't that. So I guess I pissed her off she got angry with me and yelled at the top of her lungs Ain't, Ain't a word. Then me and classed laughed at her.
     
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    I was born in the north, but raised in the south. Now i go back and forth alot. Folks up there look at ya funny, or ask ya where ya from? Or think that you are in the military especially the older folks always say, "You don't see manners like that around here." Kinda sad really, its beginning to be like that everywhere..
     

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