From "John D Fouts" 03/26/99 11:51 AM
To: Pat A Grady/Africa/Mobil-Notes@Mobil, Adrian M
Hassall/C/Africa/Mobil-Notes@Mobil, Al Jackson/Africa/Mobil-Notes@Mobil,
Gary Obrien/C/Africa/Mobil-Notes@Mobil, Rex M
Prosser/Africa/Mobil-Notes@Mobil, "Jim Marren"
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Subject: FW: Humor: Southern Test
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Neal Nathman 02/18/99 03:29 PM
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To: "John D Fouts" /Africa/Mobil-Notes@Mobil, Doug
Rofheart/Dallas/Mobil-Notes@Mobil
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Subject: FW: Humor: Southern Test
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Nathman Eric-FEN004 on 18/02/99 15:45:39
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Subject: FW: Humor: Southern Test
> -----Original Message-----
>
> > A true test of your Southern-ness. This test really can't be cheated
> > on, either you know it or you don't. Natives typically get around 20+.
> > Answers are at the bottom. Three points per correct answer.
> > You get one point to start. Answers below; don't peek.
>
> > 1) How many Vienna Sausages are in a can?
>
> > 2) What was the number and color of Richard Petty's cars?
>
> > 3) Bill Dance is good at what?
>
> > 4) What university does Bill Dance root for?
>
> > 5) Where did Herschel Walker play football (college)?
>
> > 6) After boiling peanuts for an hour you have what?
>
> > 7) In cubic inches, how big is the smallest 1966 GM small-block V8?
>
> > 8) A Cajun is likely to speak what furrin language?
>
> > 9) What is a chigger?
>
> > 10) What is scrapple?
>
> > 11) Where is "The Redneck Riviera?"
>
> > 12) What's that fuzzy stuff hanging off the oak tree?
>
> > 13) What follows logically? Johnson, Mercury, _____________.
>
> > 14) What's the common name for a bowfin?
>
> > 15) If you mated a heifer and a steer, what would you get?
>
> > 16) Who sang "Your Cheatin' Heart?"
>
> > 17) What are grits made out of?
>
> > 18) Who was nicknamed "The Bear"?
>
> > 19) Why is the Blue Ridge blue?
>
> > 20) What did The Baldwin Sisters make?
>
> > 21) Who was Andy Taylor's love interest?
>
> > 22) What are the call letters for the radio station that carries "The
> > Grand Ol' Opry"?
>
> > 23) Where would you find Vidalia County?
>
> > 24) What sport requires three legs and a rope?
>
> > 25) What instrument did Bill Monroe play (typically)?
>
> > 26) How many strings on a banjo (two possible answers) ?
>
> > 27) When you argue with a fool, what is he doing?
>
> > 28) What is a scuppernong?
>
> > 29) Do you want the goats to get into the kudzu?
>
> > 30) Why do you want to eat "high on the hog?"
>
> > 31) What color is your John Deere?
>
> > 32) What do you call the offspring of a mule?
>
> > 33) What do you harvest when you plant "shade"?
>
>
>
> > Answers:
>
> > 1) 7
> > 2) 43, red and blue
> > 3) Fishin'
> > 4) University of Tennessee
> > 5) University of Georgia
> > 6) Hard peanuts
> > 7) 283
> > 8) French
> > 9) A redbug (small parasite)
> > 10) A sausage-like loaf made out of pig parts
> > 11) Panama City, FL
> > 12) Spanish moss
> > 13) Evinrude
> > 14) Mudfish
> > 15) Nothing. A steer has been castrated.
> > 16) Hank Williams
> > 17) Corn
> > 18) Paul Bryant
> > 19) Because of pollen
> > 20) "The Recipe"
> > 21) Helen
> > 22) WSM
> > 23) Georgia
> > 24) Calf roping
> > 25) Mandolin
> > 26) 5
> > 27) The same thing
> > 28) A wild grape
> > 29) Yes
> > 30) Because that's where the better cuts of meat are. Rich folks live
> > high on the hog.
> > 31) Green
> > 32) Another trick animal-husbandry question. Mules are generally
> sterile.
> > 33) Tobacco