Can You Translate All Of These Southern Phrases?

Only Southerners can translate these country fried phrases with ease! Think you can translate all of these Southern phrase? Let's put your knowledge of the South to the ultimate test!
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If something "doesn't amount to a hill of beans" then it is worth....
A lot
Very little
A decent amount
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Which direction is "over yonder?"
Any direction
East
West
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What are "stomping grounds?"
A trail in the woods.
Your favorite hunting spot.
The place you grew up.
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If someone is "madder than a wet hen" then they are....
Absolutely insane.
Incredibly angry.
A bit unhinged.
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A "frog strangler" refers to...
Someone who hunts frogs.
Lots of rain.
A dry cornbread.
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If something will last "until the cows come home" then you expect to be there....
1-2 hours
All day
A week or two.
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"If I had my druthers" loosely translates to what?
If I had a dollar.
If I had my way.
If I had all day.
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If someone is "as pretty as a peach," how pretty are they?
Very pretty
Sort of pretty
Not pretty at all
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If you're as "full as a tick" then you might be what?
Pretty hungry
Overstuffed
A little dissatisfied
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"Buying a pig in a poke" means to what?
To buy something useless.
To buy something without seeing it first.
To buy something broken.
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If a person is "Too big for their britches" then they are...
Full of themselves.
A downright liar.
A total fool.
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If someone is "wound tighter than a clock" then they...
Like to overspend.
Are very anxious.
Are very skinny.
Result
We reckon you're not quite ready for a trip down south just yet! While you may be familiar with a few of these Southern fried phrases, you need a refresher course before holding your own with the locals! Better luck next time.

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1
If something "doesn't amount to a hill of beans" then it is worth....
A lot
Very little
A decent amount
2
Which direction is "over yonder?"
Any direction
East
West
3
What are "stomping grounds?"
A trail in the woods.
Your favorite hunting spot.
The place you grew up.
4
If someone is "madder than a wet hen" then they are....
Absolutely insane.
Incredibly angry.
A bit unhinged.
5
A "frog strangler" refers to...
Someone who hunts frogs.
Lots of rain.
A dry cornbread.
6
If something will last "until the cows come home" then you expect to be there....
1-2 hours
All day
A week or two.
7
"If I had my druthers" loosely translates to what?
If I had a dollar.
If I had my way.
If I had all day.
8
If someone is "as pretty as a peach," how pretty are they?
Very pretty
Sort of pretty
Not pretty at all
9
If you're as "full as a tick" then you might be what?
Pretty hungry
Overstuffed
A little dissatisfied
10
"Buying a pig in a poke" means to what?
To buy something useless.
To buy something without seeing it first.
To buy something broken.
11
If a person is "Too big for their britches" then they are...
Full of themselves.
A downright liar.
A total fool.
12
If someone is "wound tighter than a clock" then they...
Like to overspend.
Are very anxious.
Are very skinny.