I think half of the population of New Jersey, New York and Michigan are in Florida. There is no more Southern hospitality down here, nope it's all attitude now.
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Thread: Southern Hospitality
Jan 4, 2014, 12:28 PM #12
We get by on grouper and stone crab down here. How far south do you want to talk. South, south Fl, south America?
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Jan 4, 2014, 12:57 PM #15
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- Oct 2011
- Ocean County NJ
The last time I was in Fla. I went fishing. We met a nice couple in the lobby as we were about to go fish, they gave us a ride to the tackle shop (10 min) and offered to pick us up when we were done!! I wanted to rent a rod (I know that's uncommon) and the guys at the tackle shop just loaned me one of theirs!! When we were done fishing we met a younger fella back at the tackle shop and he offered us a ride back to the hotel, we took it!!! We made him stop at the liquor store because he wouldn't take money. We pretended it was for us, but the dude wound up with a 12 of his favorite beer.
I never met any of these people nor did they know of me in any way. This would never happen in NJ and why I appreciate southern hospitality.
Ps not my only good southern experience btw. I've been down that way a few times.
Last edited by Doug; Jan 4, 2014 at 01:00 PM.
Doug your right, when I wrote that I did make it sound like everyone down here had attitude, but that's not true, a true southerner like myself, is still very respective and that will never change. There is still southern hospitality but sometimes you have to flee the bigger cities to find it...just like anywhere else.
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Jan 4, 2014, 03:28 PM #19
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Jan 4, 2014, 04:00 PM #20
I realize that I may have just jeopardized my rep here.
OK, back to hating the woodchuck troll posse & the Maine latex rapist & the van-driving, hayzeus-belching wascally wabbit wayne the insane.