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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by geofri, Oct 21, 2012.
Why would you do that?
20 yrs ago! Lol
She still insists on wearing the crown around the house.....
Rule1 to not standing out down here, NEVER call them crayfish, always CRAWFISH!!!!!!
That abomination of Chinese importation you had is just as easily described as crapfish.
Rule 2 is never ask someone their recipe for boiling crawfish. Only rookies use a store bought powder only. It should always be supplemented with some...... WAIT. Im not giving up mine either. Hahahaha
As long as it's JUST the crown, you can't complain!
Well up here, They are crayfish,and Coke is pop not soda!
It's not soda down here. It's either a coke(not Coke) or a cold drink.
I love the little name differences. We had a guy at my last job that called a cart(like shopping cart) a dolly and a dolly a truck. I forgot what he called a fork lift, though.
WTF is soda?
I have no idea what the hell a 'pop' or a 'soda' is. It's all just 'coke' here.
I think it something high falooting folks mix with scotch. Hahahaha
Just wait until he gets a taste of some good shine.
That's definitely the NOLA version.
You want a coke?
What happened to pop rouge?
Or, "What kin'a cokes y'all got."
Oh yeah, Guess I did hear in the south they call all carbonated beverages "coke".
Soda is a white colored powder for baking, for some reason the eastern side of PA thinks its a drink.