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Tumblr, Duck, and Ducks: trashfirefallon wyomingsmustache steel dragon lol rider faedex spitandvinegar New hobby idea: using phrases that sound like down-home folksy expressions you learned from your grandma but are actually just nonsense you justmade up that man really salts my melon! you know what they say, it takes a bushel of corn to feed one chicken a louse will live on any head it lands on don't put down a saltlick and say you ain't got cows there's a guy who eats half the berries and says the pie shell's too big like digging a pond and hoping for ducks This was supposed to be a joke and all but as a southerner, these still make sense. its weird these don't mean anything but you can still kind ofintuit what they would mean if they were things people actually said. CalexicalpsychopathyIliterally can't help but picture you saying all of these That man really salts my melon: Salt is actually frequently added to melons around here, so someone who salted your melon would be doing you a favor, or make something more appealing. Even though the framing presents it as a negative thing, so maybe you'd us it for someone who annoys you by doing you a favor. It takes a bushel of corn to feed one chicken: Even if something might seem like a small ask, over time it might add up. A single chicken might eat a small amount of corn in a single day, but over time you'll find you've bought lots of corn. Therefore, something that seems miniscule may in fact be a large commitment. A louse will live on any head in lands on: Everyone can suffer through bad times and ill luck, regardless of their lotin life. Cie, anyone can suffer from depression, even if they haven't got it bad enough") Don't put down asalt lick and say you ain't got cows: There are multiple possible meanings for this. My favorite is don't take time fixing a problemyou don't even have, ie, if you don't have cows, you don't have the problem of your cows needing a saltlick. There's a guy who eats half the berries and says the pie shell's too big: Don't blame circumstances for a problem of your own creation. Like digging a pond and hoping for ducks: Don't just hope something will turn out after one step, actually follow through all of them. Your pond could attract ducks, sure, or you could just go get ducks to live in your pond. Seriously, every single one of these nonsenses you just made up follow a certain internal logic and make perfect sense Sour Buttermilk Still Makes Sweet Biscuits

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