Jessica last edited by
Anything pertaining to the American South. (Includes things such as fried chicken, sweet tea, and anything with a confederate flag.)
A person who is described as southern is usually polite, courteous, respectful, moral, opinionated, determined, confident, witty, and likes to laugh and have a good time. They are usually born and raised in the American South.
Britney last edited by
An adjective used to describe something that is awesome, sweet, cool, amazing, etc.
PussyCat last edited by
Growing up Southern is a privilege, really. Its more than where youre born - its an idea, a state of mind that seems imparted at birth. Its more than loving fried chicken, high school football, and country music. Its being hospitable, being devoted to porches
Julian last edited by
- Usually used to describe, in a geographical sense, where a person is originally from.
The exact definition of Southern is up for debate.
Someone from the very north of England is likely to consider anyone who lives south of Yorkshire to be a southerner.
- The term can also be used to insult and stereotype a person who is from the south. Other common insults include southern fairy, soft southerner, southern pansy and posh southerner. These insults essentially mean the same as one another. The term southern is particularly useful in insulting people who are soft, posh, unable to drink alcohol without falling over/vomiting and who need to wear a coat when the weather is a bit nippy.
Southern is commonly used as an adjective to describe the attributes held by someone from the south. The term is usually directed by someone from the north to someone from the south.
Agnes last edited by
Situated in the south or directed towards or facing the south.