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23 Things Every Black Person Who Grew Up In The South Knows To Be True

"Ain't it?" ain't always a question.

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2. And this was you and your church friends every Sunday.

#youthchoir #turnupforJesus


6. You still believe this is a perfectly balanced meal, and no one can convince you otherwise.

8. Parkin' lot pimpin' was a real activity, not to be confused with going inside the club...

A perfect solution for when one wants to socialize but one doesn't have any socializing money.

9. Which was a completely separate activity.

10. You knew at least one person with a candy paint box Chevy.

11. Your grandma swears "you done got all bougie" because you won't feed this green substance swimming in bacon grease to your newborn child.

"Fed it to you, and you turned out fine." -Grandma


12. You were probably the one taking this pic for your friends because getting in this dirty-ass lake was not going down.

13. This was everyday hair.

Slight work.


16. Sweet potato had better been the only orange pie you brought to Thanksgiving if you didn't want to catch a fade.

17. Actually having a yard with trees was all fun and games, until it was used against you.

#GrowingUpInTheSouth "Go Pick A Switch" Were the worst 4 words you could have possibly been told.

18. These were the first to go at every cookout.

20. "Ain't it?" at the end of a sentence was not a question, but rather an expression of excitement, shock, or emphasis.

#growingupinthesouth everybody says "aint it" after sentences for no damn reason. "Boy you clean af aint it?" 😂

Think of it as an exclamation point.