So I spent some time earlier this week at a gold mine under construction in South Carolina. Part of that time was spent in “site specific” safety training, said training being administered by the head of site security.
Now, I grew up in the South, my parents are from Appalachian coal country, so I’ve heard a few “Southerinisms” in my time, but this one:
“Some folks in this county would steal the yeast from a biscuit without touchin’ the crust.”
This one was new.