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Bless Your Heart, Tramp: And Other Southern Endearments by Celia Rivenbark

I heard a lot of negative reviews on this book and a lot of great reviews. As someone who lives in Alabama now but not originally from here (born in Florida), I can see how it might offend people who do not understand the culture and lifestyle of many of the people in the South. For instance, I had NEVER heard of something called Decoration Day until I married and moved here. That is where you go to the cemetery on a certain day, clean it up, take fresh flowers and, in LOTS of more rural spots, you take a load of dirt to pile up on grannys grave. When you leave it looks like you just buried her. CREEPY is how I describe it. Normal way of life is how my husbands family describes it. But the euphemisms and sayings that Rivenbark uses are so true to what I hear on a daily basis in my job. If I dont hear Bless Your Heart 10 times in one afternoon there is a crisis somewhere. But the most important thing to remember about this author is that she can see the humor in life. We do laugh at ourselves here. And at each other. And at most everything. We have to...it is too hot to be mad about much for long. So dont be offended by the things you would NEVER say in public. We do that here. We are Southern.

Funny book that kept me smiling and sometimes chuckling and sometimes laughing so hard I thought I was gonna spew tea out my nose. She is right on the money on SOOOOO much of this. Just dont read it if you are uptight and easily mortified or offended. :)
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Bless Your Heart, Tramp: And Other Southern Endearments by Celia Rivenbark

From the wickedly hilarious pen of Southern humorist Celia Rivenbark comes a collection of essays that brings to mind Dave Barry in high heels or Jeff Foxworthy in a prom dress. Meet two sisters who fight rural boredom by washing Budweiser cans and cutting them into pieces to make clothing. Learn why the word snow sends any right-thinking Southerner careening to the Food Lion for extra loaves of bread and little else. Humor columnist and slightly crazed belle-by-birth Celia Rivenbark tackles these and other lard-laden subjects in Bless Your Heart, Tramp, a hilarious look at Southern—and just plain human—foibles, up-close and personal. So pour yourself a glass of sweet tea and curl up on the pie-azza with Bless Your Heart, Tramp.

What Jeff Foxworthy has to say about people in North Carolina Posted by Unknown at Thursday, November 08, 1 comments: Beth said I cut off lights, know how to use jumper cables, and put on a sweater when it's 60 degrees, but I don't know anyone named Trey and I've never hit a deer, thank goodness! Guess I haven't lived here quite long enough. Thanks for the chuckle. Post a Comment. Share a book review on Shelfari, where this reader meets fellow readers.

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Open eBook Preview. From the wickedly hilarious pen of Southern humorist Celia Rivenbark comes a collection of essays that brings to mind Dave Barry in high heels or Jeff Foxworthy in a prom dress. Step into the wacky world of "womanless wedding" fund-raisers, in which Bubbas wear boas. Meet two sisters who fight rural boredom by washing Budweiser cans and cutting them into pieces to make clothing. Learn why the word snow sends any right-thinking Southerner careening to the Food Lion for extra loaves of bread and little else.

From the wickedly hilarious pen of Southern humorist Celia Rivenbark comes a collection of essays that brings to mind Dave Barry in high heels or Jeff Foxworthy in a prom dress. Step into the wacky world of "womanless wedding" fund-raisers, in which Bubbas wear boas. Meet two sisters who fight rural boredom by washing Budweiser cans and cutting them into pieces to make clothing. Learn why the word snow sends any right-thinking Southerner careening to the Food Lion for extra loaves of bread and little else. Humor columnist and slightly crazed belle-by-birth Celia Rivenbark tackles these and other lard-laden subjects in Bless Your Heart, Tramp, a hilarious look at Southernand just plain humanfoibles, up-close and personal. So pour yourself a glass of sweet tea and curl up on the pie-azza with Bless Your Heart, Tramp.

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