I have heard some funny things said from folks here in the South when they are describing something or someone. What is funnier is when someone from New York or somewhere tries to say the kind of things they have heard Southerners say. Just something about the accent messes it up when they try it.
Some of the "sayins" include:
~ She is cuter than a speckled pup under a pickup truck
~ Big enough to whoop a tomcat/wildcat in - Marvin Finn, artist, describing the size of his workspace.
Has anyone else heard anything worth sharing?