You Know You’re From Texas

...if you don't know the difference between "your" and "you're".

The Language Police managed to let this one get all the way to production with the phrase “you know your from Texas” uncorrected. Oh well, what can you do? As Christ said, if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out — but instead I think I’ll just let this one pass.

I can’t help but notice that these qualifications aren’t unique to Texans; I’ve met a number of people here in Georgia named Bubba. Some of them even hold public office.

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3 Responses

  1. Christine says:

    They done spelled horse derves wrong too, by golly.

  2. Ana says:

    I dont know what’s the case there, but here we use “buba” as a cute nickname for the Volkswagen Bettle….and it also means a bug…mainly used for plant bugs….and that other bug, used for espionage

    however, that YOUR from Texas feels like a thorn in the eye honestly ::)

  3. Kim says:

    A yankee must have written this.

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