Eight 8x10 Printable Southern Sayings in classic black and white mixed script fonts.

Printable Southern Sayings

Eight Printable Southern Sayings in classic black and white mixed script fonts. Lots of cute printables on this site!

Southern Saying - Whatever floats your boat!

Southern Saying - Whatever floats your boat! Didn't know it was a southern thing, though.

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This Ain't My First Rodeo Poster

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Southern sayings..Still use this today after, even after 7 years of higher education (all in the South)

Southern sayings.Still use this today after, even after 7 years of higher education (all in the South) //Didn't know that was Southern, I use to say that, actually like the word .

A GREAT OLD SOUTHERN SAYING....Can remember my Grandmother saying this...my Daddy also, and now I use it. Been around a long time....but still applies. Yup....the creeks do rise round this part of the country and when that happens, the Good Lord is not gonna let you get anywhere. Love the country sayings. SH

A Great Old Southern Saying. Been around a long time.but still applies.the creeks do rise round this part of the country and when that happens, the Good Lord is not gonna let you get anywhere. Love the country sayings.

Lollygag ~ spend time aimlessly; dawdle :: word porn

used is a sentence: quit your lollygagging and get back to work or i shall lallygag more often:)

well butter my butt and call me a biscuit, southern sayings, shabby chic, watercolor flowers by twolovinghands on Etsy

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! well butter my butt and call me a biscuit, southern sayings, shabby chic, watercolor flowers by twolovinghands on Etsy

Southern Saying - Take the g off of "pickin' " though! If this is said to you, it's NOT a "Good Thing !"

My dad used this one. He was born in the South, but his parents weren't. He picked up quite a few Southern phrases;

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