Im From The South

Well, butter my backside and call me a biscuit! (Well, I'll be dang!) She's gettin' above her raisin'. (She's acting uppity—which is pointless because we all know where she came from.) They're in high cotton now! (They're rich/prosperous.) Last time I saw you, you were knee-high to a grasshopper.

But to the people within those areas – whether it be the south, the midwest, or the northeast – those phrases mean you’re home. For instance, if you’re from where I grew up – Philadelphia – then you’ll probably say “wooder” when you’re talking about water. Yes, it’s a pronunciation thing, but it’s very specific to Philly.

I’m from the southern US. A lot of times the southern dialect gets homogenized. Here’s me talking about the different types of southern accents I’ve experienced living here for 25 years. This was super fun to do. Hope y’all like it!

Im Chang-kyun (Korean: 임창균; born Janu), known by the stage name I.M or mononymously as Changkyun, is a South Korean rapper and debuted in the South Korean boy group Monsta X through Mnet's survival show .

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  1.  · A southern accent is nothing to be ashamed of, so whether someone has one or not, this is not a welcome statement. 'Bless your heart' You may have overheard someone from the South say it and made the assumption that it was a kind-hearted phrase Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

  2. Im Chang-kyun, known by the stage name I.M or mononymously as Changkyun, is a South Korean rapper and singer. He debuted in the South Korean boy group Monsta X through Mnet's survival show in He made his solo debut with the EP Duality in Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

  3.  · And that is, of course, the classic North/South divide. Economically, culturally, geographically – we may be on one big island, but there’s so much between us .

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