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Old 06-08-2009, 09:09 AM
 
Location: SW Missouri
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Southern Comfort...hmmm....what about the space u guys. There's a big difference as far as space and great outdoors when u talk about comparing the south and the north. Its always comforting when you can see open spaces that are not parks, trees and natural floral environments, and just the fact you actually have the opportunity mind your own business without considering others at all, is a big feature in Southern Comfort. And just to be random and completely off the wall (as i have a reputation for), what about the differences in our beautiful women in the south compared to the north. Im not gonna go into detail due to the editing on here but, lets just say Southern Comfort feels alot better when u have a nice soft cushioned love seat instead of a "skinny, light weight" lawnchair. Hehehe
If I wasn't already happily married, I'd be hitting on you big time after this post. You're my kind of guy (and from Louisiana too, cher.) Woo hoo

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Old 06-08-2009, 11:34 AM
 
Location: Louisiana
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Southern Comfort...hmmm....what about the space u guys. There's a big difference as far as space and great outdoors when u talk about comparing the south and the north. Its always comforting when you can see open spaces that are not parks, trees and natural floral environments, and just the fact you actually have the opportunity mind your own business without considering others at all, is a big feature in Southern Comfort. And just to be random and completely off the wall (as i have a reputation for), what about the differences in our beautiful women in the south compared to the north. Im not gonna go into detail due to the editing on here but, lets just say Southern Comfort feels alot better when u have a nice soft cushioned love seat instead of a "skinny, light weight" lawnchair. Hehehe
You took the words right outta my mouth — even the part about unnecessary moderator censorship.

I would add that I particularly love the weather here in Baton Rouge from November 1st thru May 15.
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Old 06-15-2009, 09:52 PM
 
Location: Wherever they send me
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1.Fried green tomatoes, fish, shrimp, craw fish, taters cooked any way.
2.Hot and very humid weather, skeeters.

yummy!!!
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:20 PM
 
Location: Southwest Louisiana
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southern comfort, well good eating, drinking lemonade and having a good time w/ the fam.
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:31 PM
 
Location: Marrero, Louisiana
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BBQing in the spring with the whole family, a big ole daquiri and music in the background watching the kiddos dance around in the sprinklers! Born and raised in NOLA but hate seafood....hehehe!
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:45 AM
 
Location: Southwest Louisiana
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Born and raise in NO and hate seafood? How the hell did that happen? Anway, I love seafood, but half of my dads side of the family cannot eat it, it causes them to break out. To me southern comfort would also include being able to hear terms of endearment w/o them being mistaken for being condescending.
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Old 07-14-2010, 04:00 AM
 
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Sad part is these days it is becoming cell phone rude drivers, McDonalds and Trance music.

As an example... I met some Cajun kids this week who'd never been to the beach in their life and never set foot in salt water. Not much comfort in the thought that neuvocajuns don't even bring their kids crabbing or swimming at the beach.

Much of what you folks are talking about is slowly but surely leaving us. Southern Comfort is what Janis drank for breakfast. That will never change.


Southern comfort is a state of mind. You can't buy it.
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