Depending on where you grew up or have lived for a number of years, you might be more familiar with certain sayings, words, and phrases, or use them more frequently. In parts of the Midwest, for example, a water fountain is a "bubbler." And while it can be a little bit jarring and confusing to hear these new-to-you phrases or sayings and not necessarily know quite what they mean, there might be some that you should start incorporating into your conversations, beginning with these charming Southern sayings you should start using regularly.
Some sayings or phrases that are attributed to a particular region where you've never lived might already sound familiar to you, because in some cases, they've spread far beyond their region, state, or city of origin. When people move around, they might take some of the language with which they grew up with them. And though people sometimes intentionally drop words, phrases, or even pronunciations and accents to try to fit in better in their new home, some phrases still manage to make it into a broader, more national conversation. These Southern sayings may or may not be familiar to you now, but they're definitely phrases with which you should become better acquainted.