The South, in by gone days, was a land of “red hills and
Cotton”. Amos Moses Terry was a farm youth, back in
those days, but he still has memories. Life moved at a
much slower pace than it does today. Farmers don’t get
in a hurry like urban folks, and back then, the south
was ruled by farmers. Cotton was king.
Every land and every generation have their traditions.
The traditions of the old South were: “Don’t beat around
the bush”. “Get to the point”. “Don’t use any unnecessary
words”. Old time Southerners were good at using clichés.
Their vocabularies were limited and clichés helped to
get their points across.
You will be pleasantly surprised at the common sense
interpretations that Amos Moses Terry has given to some
70 of these clichés.
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