You’re the Butter on My Biscuit!

Here’s a whole new bunch of notions, musin’s, and look-sees for the lovesick and lovelorn. This fresh collection of old-timey phrases, metaphors and axioms is designed to tickle your funny bone one moment and tug at your heartstrings the next. If you’ve been smitten by cupid, you’ll find country love sayin’s that are as tender and sweet as honey-dipped chicken wings. You’ll see for yourself that when it comes to romance, the denizens of the hollows, hamlets and hinterlands of America have their own charmin’, inventive ways of speakin’ from the heart. But heaven help you if you cross them because there’s another side to country talk — a furious flurry of poison-tipped barbs aimed at cheaters, ne’er do wells and cads who have broken lovers’ hearts. If you’re sufferin’ from heartache or you’re seekin’ revenge over a romance that turned sour, you’ll find plenty of boonies-born sayin’s that are as fiery and spicy as chili peppers dipped in homemade horseradish.

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After a minor tiff, Joe Don tells his girlfriend Priscilla, “I don’t know how God could have made you so stupid yet so beautiful.” “I’d be tickled to explain,” says Priscilla. “God made me beautiful so you would be attracted to me. God made me stupid so I would be attracted to you.”