Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Tennessee

A Tennessee State trooper pulled over a pickup on I-65.

The trooper asked, "Got any ID?"

The driver replied, "Bout whut?"

Hat tip: Dave and Linda from Alabama
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19 comments :

  1. that's ezackly raaght, raaght there, ma'am.

    Love my Tennesseans!

    Big hugs honey xoxo

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  2. and the point? (jk!)

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxooxxo

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  3. Oh gosh, that is so funny. It feels so good to laugh so hard. Have a great day.

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  4. Yup... that's TN, y'all!!!!
    Big hugs from a cold, overcast Pacific Northwest

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  5. The South is really getting hammered by these jokes this week. But they are funny! Is there such a thing as Northwest humor? We've got Bigfoot, you know.

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  6. Bout da tickat I'm bout ta rite.

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  7. I prefer straight-shooting southern slang any day to yankee double talk. Ya'll get dat!!!
    Like when the two young southern gals who were walking down the road one said "My instinct tell me it gonna rain and the other replied My end-stink too, but it don't tell me nuttin"!

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  8. This is a definite Bawawaaaa. How ever you write it.

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  9. That be jawjah, too! Bubba is everywhere:)

    Sending big hugs, honey...

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  10. LOL, Sandee! Don't you just love those southerners!
    ..

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  11. And what happened next. The state trooper probably went nuts!

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  12. I actually choked for a second while reading this. Good one, Sandee. :)

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  13. Bout what's going on.

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  14. gee don't ya think those state troopers should learn to speak the language :)

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  15. Hahaha! I'm waiting for one from Ohio. I've heard that there are some rednecks living in the southern part - by the Kentucky border. Hahaha!

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  16. Yuk-yuk-yuk....! bet those troopers get that alot!

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  17. hahahaha :) thanks for the morning laugh Sandee!!!

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  18. Having travelled for business a few times to Tennessee, back in my business travellin' days, this is a joke with a corn cob full of kernels of truth to it ;-)

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  19. LOL! This has certainly brightened my day. Take care Sandee.

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