I'm from South Carolina. Wikimedia Commons Home of palmetto trees and barbecue. And if there’s one thing that I know about it and most Southerners, it’s that we say a lot of weird shit. Geniebird / Getty Images It’s not like it’s a bad thing, it just doesn’t make sense. So I got to thinking... Geniebird / Getty Images Which Southern phrases make NO sense? Mcininch / Getty Images This is an investigation for the FBI, but I'll have to do. 1. Alinamd / Getty Images What is a tarnation? I'm in tarnation trying to figure out what tarnation means. 2. Alinamd / Getty Images If our friends are in low places, then why do we want them as resources? I'm trying to get an internship, Tammy. I don't want Mr. Low Place mucking it up with his shady business. 3. Alinamd / Getty Images This isn't that hard to get, but we should actually call it "easy money for the car wash." 4. Alinamd / Getty Images I thought this was Dory's (of Finding Nemo fame) hot older brother. 5. Alinamd / Getty Images How did we get to this point of the creek without a paddle? 6. Alinamd / Getty Images That sounds like a painful sex position. 7. Alinamd / Getty Images Do I even have to explain the weirdness of this one? 8. Alinamd / Getty Images It was even stranger when someone told you they were going to give you "birthday licks." 9. Alinamd / Getty Images Is a "yonder" measured in the English or metric system? 10. Alinamd / Getty Images I've never met a sick pupper in my life; they're always so happy and energetic. Where are these sick dogs and how can I help you. 11. Alinamd / Getty Images This one kinda makes sense, but only because "gussy" sounds like a fancy goose who frequents between Niagara Falls and wine country for vacation. 12. Alinamd / Getty Images I mean, if someone took my traveling fancy goose, I'd be pissed off, too. 13. Alinamd / Getty Images This words looks crooked, so I guess it makes sense? 14. Alinamd / Getty Images Where are these cows going? The moo-seum? 15. Alinamd / Getty Images How can something so nice be such a drag?