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Old 01-04-2016, 04:43 AM   #57
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my mom had a ton of these....most of which I can't put on here.

"he ain't worth the bullet it'd take to kill him".
She had a lot of weather related sayings......hotter than blue blazes. When it was raining real hard it was either a Missouri frog strangler, or a gulley washer.
Easy as falling off a log backwards.
Ain't got sense God gave a goose.
To poor to paint and too proud to whitewash
Trying to do a champagne wedding on a beer budget.
Few cards short of a deck.
Don't have a pot to pee in or a window to throw it out of.
So broke he don't have 2 nickels to rub together.
Busier than a 1 legged man in a butt kicking contest.
Cut off your nose to spite your face.
I'll knock you into the middle of next week.
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He was grinning bigger than a fox eating yellowjackets.
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Ment no Disrespect to the Indians as I'm part Cherokee. Lived in mountians of NC to me a Creek is a small stream
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When your draft exceeds the water's depth you are most assuredly aground.
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Old 01-04-2016, 03:49 PM   #62
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While my dad was helping me build my house: "Good enough for who it's for." and "I can't see it from my house." I miss that man!
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"I'm so hungry I'd eat the arse end off a warewolf"
"It's so hot I'm sweatin' like a whore in church."

Many phrases for excusing onesself to the restroom such as:
"Gatta see a man about a dog (or horse)"
"Gatta shake the dew off the lillie"
"Gatta hit the bushes"


My favorite is "Bless he heart". It's used to indicate someone is a complete idiot.
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"I'm so hungry I'd eat the arse end off a warewolf"
"It's so hot I'm sweatin' like a whore in church."

Many phrases for excusing onesself to the restroom such as:
"Gatta see a man about a dog (or horse)"
"Gatta shake the dew off the lillie"
"Gatta hit the bushes"


My favorite is "Bless he heart". It's used to indicate someone is a complete idiot.
In the same vein, my father used to say, "I'm so hungry I would eat the rear end out of a skunk, if it was salted". We're from PA, which might explain a few things

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One I made up to excuse myself--to go to the men's room: "Gotta go do a liquid download."
Not all that funny or original but that is me.
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