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Driving in the south
Yes, this is true. Big Grin

There's a whole series of videos based on life in the south. All of them are well done and funny as heck.

Son showed me this video after GS#1 started calling me something completely different than the "Grammy" I tried to convince him to call me.

The kid calls me "Baga." Why? Who knows. It's not even remotely close to "Grammy." I keep trying, though...bless my heart. Big Grin
Bhaga, an Indo-Iranian word for "lord, patron, (one who gives) wealth, prosperity"

It means a lot of different things in different cultures, but I liked this one! Big Grin

And I can totally relate to driving in the South. My version? I get in the car all ready to go to work, first thing in the morning, and the make-up is sliding off my face. (Crap! Don’t touch it! Turn on the A/C and let it re-set!!!!! Bahahahaha!!!!!)
Yesterday had a flat tire. Attempt to inflate tire, gave up and drive with flat to repair shop. After was fixed I am on my way again to work, I don't even dare look in the mirror. When I got to work I didn't even need to explain my physical state of appearance after telling them I had a flat hair was flat on ma head and no trace of makeup left. Hahaha

The parking spaces at work near the trees are coveted spaces in summer.
We call that "preferred parking" and it doesn't matter how far we have to walk to the store as long as the vehicle is in the shade.

They have a video about the humidity in the south that about had me on the floor because I could so relate to it. Big Grin

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