Go to the town I grew up in. Roads are "named" by the people that live on them, not what the sign says. Corners are also "named" after the people that live on them or should I say lived on them when they were built.We use hours for long travel. But moved to a new town several years ago and got the ole (go north a few minutes and turn right at the old school house, then once you've gone a ways you turn back north at the old grain bin and it will be on your right. . . Can't miss it!). Never mind the old school House was torn down long ago and now a house sits there, and the only thing left of the "old" grain bin is the top, but ignore the 4 other "old" grain bins!
I just get a kick out of things that are common place if you were born and die in the same place but seem off the wall to anyone else
Yea man. Elk Talk is great also, there is alot of banter but I personally don't mind it.Thanks! I’ve tried Wired to Hunt. Too long and can’t do whitetails. Will try the others.
Typically that's a Primary Spanish speaking person who is ESL doing that. From correcting a lot of my first wife's papers when we were young, and her being a native Spanish Speaker (Gautemala), me knowing Spanish from living with her I'd see how sometimes they have an oopsie and sort of apply Spanish grammatical rules toward their writing at times when they weren't as sure about what they were writing in that English sentence.SALE/SELL misuse is a real pet peeve for me. When I see "For Sell" or "I want to sale this" I just cringe a bit and hit the back button.
Funny you mention this one. When I moved down to Orange County (OC) I really didn't like how everybody here said "Dude". Where I grew up in the 'hood, you said "Man", cause only very "Nerdy, Really *White* Guys" said things like "Dude" and "Bro".Dude