This book is an English major's delight. Foxworthy's stage persona is that of a backwards backwoodsmen. He is anything but. To publish a book this clever, one must have an outstanding command of the English language; both spoken and written.
"...No-ble (no-bul), adj. and n. completely without prevarication. 'That tree jumped right out in front of me, Judge, noble.'..."
"...Tab-leau (tab-lo), n. and adj. a phrase pertaining to controlling the extent of a bill of sale. 'I ain't buying another round, 'cause I'm trying to keep my tableau.'..."
"...Disability (dis-a-bi-la-te), adj. and n. a certain aptitude or proficiency. 'I was born with disability to charm women of the opposite sex.'..."
Planning a trip down South? This book definitely would help bridge the language gap. When ordering at a fancy southern diner, if one wants a steak that stays juicy, one's gotta serum!