Sunday, September 13, 2009


We received this addition to our glossary via email:

Southern: adj. Used to describe an object that has a slight bit of quirkiness, the location of which cannot be determined. Also used when there is a desire to place more emphasis on an object (usually a one drawer work table or other such non-descript piece) in hopes of creating more interest. Usually used in conjunction with the word “probably”. Synonyms: Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia. See also: Ohio/Indiana.

Thanks Robert!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Really interesting collectable stuff!