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Also by Jeff Foxworthy:

Hide!!!, October 2010
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Jeff Foxworthy's Redneck Dictionary II
Jeff Foxworthy

More Words You Thought You Knew the Meaning Of

Villard
November 2006
On Sale: October 24, 2006
160 pages
ISBN: 1400065682
EAN: 9781400065684
Hardcover
$16.95
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Clearly one redneck dictionary was not enough. And it’s no wonder. The South is positively bursting at the seams with colorful words and turns of phrases in this distinct dialect. Now men and women from all across this great land can further fine-tune their fluency and showcase their confidence when speaking to folks who hail from below the Mason-Dixon line. Need a crash course in this truly inspired lingo? Well, Jeff Foxworthy’s Redneck Dictionary II puts the “vern” in “vernacular,” offering up a veritable gumbo of must-be-known selections:

infamy (in’fe-mé) adv. and n. another person’s intent to exact physical punishment. “Ever since I stole his girlfriend, Bobby’s had it infamy.”

assassin (e-sas’-en) v. to disrespect verbally. “Don’t just stand there assassin me, boy–go clean your room!”

honor student (än’-er stu’-dent) prep. and n. to be positioned over, and supported by, a pupil. Yeah, I knew piano lessons after midnight was weird, but I still didn’t suspect nothin’ till I caught her honor student.”

So open your ears and activate your funny bone with this hilarious, practical, and playfully illustrated reference. It’s like having your very own personal dialect coach–one who doesn’t mind getting picked up and read and laughed at and passed along to friends.

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