Can You Define These Southern Slang Terms?

When traveling the United States, it becomes evident very quickly that there is a lot of slang that is area dependent. Are you able to figure out these terms from the American South?
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Question 1/12

familysearch.org
What is "to go a larking"?
to sneak around
to go hunting
to play a prank or joke on someone
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Question 2/12

arkansasbigbass.com
What is an "Arkansas toothpick"?
a knife
a fork
a cigarette
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Question 3/12

eatouteatwell.com
What is a "Bread Basket"?
plastic bag
stomach
cheap individual
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wordpress.com
What does "Darn tootin'" mean?
Good; For Sure; Correct
Bad; Unfortunate
Sad; Miserable
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wordpress.com
What does "Fit As A Fiddle"
Healthy
Rigid
Ready to Dance
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Question 6/12

cmgdigital.com
What is a "Frog Gig"?
A folk music performance
A pole used for hunting frogs
A folk dance
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Question 7/12

cloudfront.net
What are "Goobers"?
friends
peanuts
boogers
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Question 8/12

blogspot.com
What is to "Grab A Root"?
help a person out
pick something up
have dinner
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Question 9/12

exploregeorgia.org
What is "Laying out"?
staying out all night
preparing something in advance
presenting or sharing something
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Question 10/12

blogspot.com
What is "Nuss"?
Nothing; Not Important
to nurse
Unknown; Strange
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Question 11/12

easiteco.com
What does "Out of kilter" mean?
Done wrong
Not Right; Out of Sorts
Energetic; Overzelous
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Question 12/12

ytimg.com
What is "Redneck Caviar"?
Potted Meat
Road Kill
pheasant
Result
Well, you tried your best, but you had trouble with most, if not all of the terms in this quiz. You have little to no understanding of Southern Slang and would be very confused having to converse with someone who uses it. Thanks for trying.

C+, Southern Slang Novice

blogspot.com
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Not bad. You managed to answer several of the questions correctly. You are able to follow along with basic Southern slang and would probably be able to have a decent conversation with someone who is speaking Southern Slang.

B+, Southern Slang Expert

whatareyoudrinking.net
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Well, good job in managing to get most, if not all of the questions in this quiz correct. You have a great understanding of southern slang and are able to use it easily in regular conversation. You are totally able to get along in the Southern United States.

A+, Southern Slang Master

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1
What is "to go a larking"?
to sneak around
to go hunting
to play a prank or joke on someone
2
What is an "Arkansas toothpick"?
a knife
a fork
a cigarette
3
What is a "Bread Basket"?
plastic bag
stomach
cheap individual
4
What does "Darn tootin'" mean?
Good; For Sure; Correct
Bad; Unfortunate
Sad; Miserable
5
What does "Fit As A Fiddle"
Healthy
Rigid
Ready to Dance
6
What is a "Frog Gig"?
A folk music performance
A pole used for hunting frogs
A folk dance
7
What are "Goobers"?
friends
peanuts
boogers
8
What is to "Grab A Root"?
help a person out
pick something up
have dinner
9
What is "Laying out"?
staying out all night
preparing something in advance
presenting or sharing something
10
What is "Nuss"?
Nothing; Not Important
to nurse
Unknown; Strange
11
What does "Out of kilter" mean?
Done wrong
Not Right; Out of Sorts
Energetic; Overzelous
12
What is "Redneck Caviar"?
Potted Meat
Road Kill
pheasant