#GoYall: 5 Southernisms to Use During Football Season
With the Draper James Spirit Week (#GOYALL) and football season now in full force, we felt it was more than appropriate to share some more of our favorite things: Southernisms.
Specifically, Southernisms to use during football and tailgating season.
Be Kind, Y’all: Spread Some Kindness and Enter for a Chance to Win $500 to Draper James
Be kind, y’all. Three words, one very important meaning.
Being kind (as well as gracious and charming) is one of the things we focus on at Draper James.
That’s why we’re launching our #BeKindYall campaign this week.
Here’s what to …
6 Things Every Southerner Should Have in the Kitchen
Draper James founder and creative director Reese Witherspoon puts what we love most about Southern cooking quite succinctly: “I love to cook comfort food.”
That’s what kitchens should be for, after all. They should be welcoming, full of life, and, …
9 Essential Southernisms, And How to Use Them in Everyday Life
Being Southern isn’t just eating fried chicken, sipping sweet tea, and swapping tall tales with your neighbors on the front porch.
It’s saying “yes, ma’am” and “no, ma’am” and greeting everyone you pass on the street. It’s knowing you …
8 Southern Etiquette Rules You Should Follow Every Single Day
In the South, we pride ourselves on several things. Our food, our ability to handle humidity, our family, and, most importantly, our manners.
In fact, our first words were probably “yes, ma’am” and “please pass the butter.” Here at Draper …