Posted by Johnboy109 on Saturday, January 24, 2009
Mr Language person here with some more dickshunary readin'
Carolina racehorse-refers to a razorback hog.
Charleston butterfly-palmetto bug. Big friendly cockroaches.
Charleston eagle-black vulture.
And now, from the Sing-along-wrong files. Have you ever stopped at Pedros South Of The Border on I-95 about 3AM? You know, you're there to take a leak and get some coffee and you hear the mariachi muzak playin' Guantanamera. If you ever wanted to sing along, here's the English lyrics.
One ton tomato, she had a one ton tomato. One ton tomato, she had a one ton tomatoe.
Second verse, same as the first.
Saturday, January 24, 2009 @2:25:56 AM
Oh, and the South of the Border version of the National Anthem begins,"Jose, can you see"
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'Stelling Sunflower' 18 min
'Eager and Anxious' 24 min
'High on a Mountain' 1 hr
'Give Me The Roses.' 2 hrs