Over three years ago, the video "Sh%t Southern Women Say" went viral and now has over 7 million views.
Whether you are from the North, South, East, or West, this video is sure made you chuckle. From monogramming jokes to "bless her heart" quotes, these Southern belles captured many funny facets of Southern culture.
The video was written and directed by Julia Fowler. She was inspired by seeing the video "Sh%t LA People Say" and decided to put something together for Southern women! She is originally from South Carolina, and used this video to glorify and laugh about the Southern sayings she grew up hearing.
“What I love about the South is the South has the ability to laugh at it self,” she said in a recent interview. "We know we’re funny, we know we’re special. To strike the right tone is difficult, and I didn’t know if I would or not. I’m sure I offended people. I’m sure some people love it.”
Now Julia works as an actor in Los Angeles, but she is still staying close to her Southern roots. She was recently interviewed saying, “My agents and acting coaches have kept telling me that I have to lose my accent or I’ll never work. But it’s part of who I am. It kind of defines me.”
You know what they say, you can take the girl out of the South, but you can't take take the South out of the girl (something like that, right?)
Check out the video y'all!
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