Alabama - meets Las Vegas

Alabama - meets Las Vegas

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    Alabama man in Las Vegas


    After the tourist had been served in a Las Vegas cocktail
    lounge, he beckoned the waitress back and said quietly, "Miss, y'all
    sure are a luvly, luvly lady; can ah persuade y'all to give me a piece of a$$?"
    "Lord, that's the most direct proposition I've ever had!" gasped the girl.

    Then she looked around the room, smiled and added, "Sure, why not?
    You're nice lookin' too and it's pretty slow here right now, so
    why don't we just slip away up to my room?"

    When the pair returned half an hour later, the man sat down at
    the same table and the waitress asked, "Will there be anything else,sir?"

    "Why yes," replied the southern gentleman. "Ah sure'preciate
    what y'all just did for me; it was real sweet and right neighborly, but
    where ah come from in Alabama, we lack our bourbon real cold, so ah still need
    to trouble y'all for a piece uh a$$ for mah drink."

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    Didn't see that one coming!
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    This seems like the time to ask... can anyone recommend a movie where a major character has a realistic southern accent? It does not need to be a good one, I'm prepared to suffer in the name of science.

    I love that joke, didn't see the punchline coming, either. I just suppose it would be better if I had a better idea of what the tourist sounds like.

    Thanks, y'all.
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    Haha - you are at a disadvantage I guess Ibex!

    I know there are movies with Southern folks as characters but cannot right now think of a title. If the writing in this one is read pretty much as written, then in part at least the phonetics get sorta close to something like the Southern - at least, the ''characterized'' version
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    trust me. where i live people do talk like that. i moved here from miami 9 years ago. the scary part is, now i understand what they're saying.

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    Yeah, but without ever (to my knowledge) having heard a southern accent, it sounds more like Chris Rock when I read it. According to his biography, his should be a New York accent. He was born in South Carolina, though, so I can't be sure.
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    look online for a comedian called Jeff Foxworthy.

    He exagerates it a bit, but you will get the idea.

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    thats good Chris


    How about Deliverance as a movie any good non souther person needs to see it before he goes wondering down south

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    "Driving Miss Daisy"
    "Oh Brother Where Art Thou?"
    "Forest Gump"
    "To Kill a Mockingbird"

    But, I am a Kansan currently living in Texas, so I may have the above all wrong. BTW, did ya'll see that KU / Kentucky basketball game Saturday?

    Not this movie:

    The original "A Streetcar Named Desire"

    Craig45: Yep - we're from Kansas, and after six years in Oklahoma and 10 in Texas. It is scary. We've been accused of bein' "northerners" too!

    Yep - it reads like it sounds and it sounds like it reads.

    Bud: You're right!

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