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30 October 2007 @ 12:00 pm
Well, We Have The Lappie For The Moment...  
...and to celebrate this fact, I'm doing the Southern-ness meme I stole from firedrake_mor 

Your Score: Dixie Royal

You are 90% true Southern!

You are pure belle or gentleman! You know your Jones Soda, Nehi and RC colas, your Moon Pies and sweet potato pie; you'd absolutely die without air conditioners in the summer, and you've seen Steel Magnolias and Fried Green Tomatoes (or read the book!). Your grandmother lives in an antebellum home and has a cook who makes the best fried chicken and asparagus casserole and summer squash and everything else in the world. And you know the taste of honeysuckle and the feel of grass between your toes. You are blessed.

Link: The Southern-ness Test written by gwennykate on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test

*PSST!* I don't eat Moon Pies or most stereotypical Southern food. That's why I didn't get a 100. *grins* Not a wacky-type of Southerner, either. Just wacky in general. 

Updates will return later tonight, after Anissa gets an update on the computer's status. *holds breath and prays* 

Thanks so much for all the hope for our little Emachines. *hugs*

Latitude and Longitude: The Usual Spot, On MIL's Lappie
On the Verge of: worriedWorried
Beautiful Noise: *sob* None. It's All On The Other Computer!
Loony Loopy Lea Lovegood: whatever. I'm from Californiachickadilly on October 30th, 2007 06:20 pm (UTC)
*snorts* Aside from Texas I've never even been to the South - but I guess my relatives wore off on me a bit. LOL

Grits are nasty - I tried them once and regret it to this day. HEE!

Your Score: Kinda Southern

You are 57% true Southern!

You're okay at this Southern thing, but you've got a long way to go. You've never had a fried turkey for thanksgiving and you have no idea what a Moon Pie is or what the "RC" in RC Cola would stand for, if you'd ever heard of it to begin with. But you're pretty straight on the Southern attitude, if not specifics on the culture.
I would suggest spending a summer down here, but you might melt if you're outside absorbing local color. Um, maybe winter break you could come thaw out Southern-style. You could see a Living Nativity or Singing Christmas Tree. And eat grits with Christmas dinner.

Link: The Southern-ness Test written by gwennykate on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
Lois: Lois Lovekalalanekent on October 30th, 2007 06:29 pm (UTC)
*LOL* I adore cheese grits. My Nana used to making them for me on Sunday mornings in an old copper pot. And bacon out of the BLACK CAST-IRON SKILLET. Now, if you're Southern, you know why that phrase is in caps. The FAMILY skillet that is seasoned.

*misses her Alambama-born Nana so much it hurts*