About Saying Grace Over Edible Underwear and Other Southern Dilemmas:
Risqué yet religious, sacred yet sacrilegious, deeply touching yet light-hearted, this collection of down-home Southern humor and storytelling is both south of salvation and north of hilarious.
Here is a sample of what you will learn when you peel back the cover of Grace:
-Is it appropriate to say grace, or "the blessing," before eating edible underwear?
-Why Southern folks say "ma'am" to everyone, even drive-thru electronic recordings.
-Why Hopewell Baptist Church holds the Guinness World Records for both mass baptism and water pollution.
-Why "country girls" love pig-testicle-cutting time.
-Why you should always wear a bra when rustling cows.
-What Southern women and Southern winters have in common.
-When it is appropriate to practice the fine art of bullying.
-What happens when a Southern belle wears makeup to church.
-Why all hurricanes should be named after Southern women.
-How boiled peanuts can ruin your reputation and your marriage.
-Why you should always hire a paramedic and a priest when hunting on the Sabbath.
-Why you should never carry your infant into the liquor store.
-Three reasons you don't want to miss any of Michael DeWitt's funerals.
So fix yourself some iced tea, pull up the rocking chair and enjoy Saying Grace. But you might want to visit the bathroom first, lest you find yourself overcome with laughter and wet your edible underwear.
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