Switches get you stitches

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You know what else I like about the South switches. Theys universal. Every Momma had one every kid felt one. There wasnt poor folks switches or rich folk switches. Any southern could understand go
cut me a switch. You knew what's up. Every dumb kid tried to run once. Then you got hungry and there wasnt no safe place to go to either. You tuck tail and headed home. Even the ole' I'll teach her
I'm gonna find the shortest little switch. Lord help you because that was the worst whipping ever. I just want Facebook to be about recipes babies, puppies and kitties. Tips and life hacks. I want
to pray about the good and bad and if that's not your bag I will send good vibes. I want to love my neighbor even the one I don't like. I wish I was my Mother with great big ole' switch. I will
just whip all youuns no blame no explaining. You were all taught to figure it out and get along. Acting like fool's in public ought to be ashamed you know y'all know better. Maybe, since we are all
blind anyway, we will take Liberty's torch and give her switch.

Submitted: September 25, 2017

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You know what else I like about the South switches. Theys universal. Every Momma had one every kid felt one. There wasnt poor folks switches or rich folk switches. Any southern could understand go cut me a switch. You knew what's up. Every dumb kid tried to run once. Then you got hungry and there wasnt no safe place to go to either. You tuck tail and headed home. Even the ole' I'll teach her I'm gonna find the shortest little switch. Lord help you because that was the worst whipping ever. I just want Facebook to be about recipes babies, puppies and kitties. Tips and life hacks. I want to pray about the good and bad and if that's not your bag I will send good vibes. I want to love my neighbor even the one I don't like. I wish I was my Mother with great big ole' switch. I will just whip all youuns no blame no explaining. You were all taught to figure it out and get along. Acting like fool's in public ought to be ashamed you know y'all know better. Maybe, since we are all blind anyway, we will take Liberty's torch and give her switch.


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