- Buggy is a shopping cart, not something with rubber baby bumpers.
- Dinner is the meal eaten at noon, and supper is what's eaten at night. Where did lunch go? No lunch breaks, lunch dates, or lunch hours in the South!
- Drawers aren't just for furniture anymore! No, no - they're to be worn under pants or skirts, too! Just make sure you don't soil 'em at dinner. Or supper.
- Favor is not something you curry, nor something that indicates a cognitive or emotional preference, like favoring lunch over dinner. Instead, it refers to a genetic resemblance to one parent or another. Hopefully not referring to anything underneath your drawers.
- Holler is not a forceful bellow but a geographical location. I hear that because it's holler there, a holler will echo for hours in the holler.
- Peep-eye = peekaboo. Not to be confused with pee-pie,which is a delicacy nowhere. Not even in the holler.
- "Gettin' it honest" is "favoring" writ large in behavioral terms. If you're a low-down, two-timin', good-fer-nothin' just like your pappy, at least you get it honest.
- "Goin' to town" can refer to all manner of errands. When the nearest accoutrement of civilization is miles away, even a trip to the pharmacy is goin' to town.
- If a cat or rabbit "just ran across your grave", you just had a chill up your back. You did not just have a premonition about a frustrating afterlife in which the wildlife you're supposed to eat instead dances over your corpse.
- "Sure is" - an interjection for emphasis, used to underscore the veracity of the preceding statement. Some would call it redundant. Sure is.