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Old 06-07-2012, 06:15 AM
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Any Lousiana Cajuns on the forum?
I've been watching Swamp People. I love that show. "Shoot im liddibet, shootim" has become a very common saying here in the arid lands.
I'd sure like to see how it would go if they came over here fishing for the big saltwater crocodiles.
(On the show, Troy Landry caught a record 13 foot gator. 13 feet is an average saltie.) They'd surely need bigger guns, and bigger boats.
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Old 06-07-2012, 06:24 AM
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....(On the show, Troy Landry caught a record 13 foot gator. 13 feet is an average saltie.) They'd surely need bigger guns, and bigger boats.
And, bigger *^?))s*
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Old 06-07-2012, 04:51 PM
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Any Lousiana Cajuns on the forum?
I've been watching Swamp People. I love that show. "Shoot im liddibet, shootim" has become a very common saying here in the arid lands.
I'd sure like to see how it would go if they came over here fishing for the big saltwater crocodiles.
(On the show, Troy Landry caught a record 13 foot gator. 13 feet is an average saltie.) They'd surely need bigger guns, and bigger boats.
I'm not AKC registered (only 25%), and not from South Louisiana (my mamma jo {grandmother) was but, I am just wondering. Do ya'll eat crocodiles .
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Old 06-08-2012, 01:10 AM
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Yep a bit dry tho
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And their hides make great leather products!
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Old 06-08-2012, 04:30 PM
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AKC registered is just a joke. American Kennel Club . Coonass is a local term for a cajun which is slang for French Acadian. It can be a good or bad term. I think it started out pretty much derogatory though. Some cajuns are proud to be called a coonass. Some ain't. It's kind of like some of us rednecks . As for as an outsider using the term it just depends on who you are talking to, how you say it, and how well you are accepted by them.
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Old 06-12-2012, 12:03 AM
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I've decided that maybe I'm watching this show just a bit too much. On the weekend, I was looking for my youngest son, and I called out "Boy, where you at?"
So far South I could see penguins.
.....hahaha love it! and as for the bogan description, leave my mullet out of this thread thanks very much!!
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Old 06-13-2012, 01:05 AM
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Yeah we have a mullet down here that comes from The Coorong, its great fresh - fried or smoked.


Also there is a a 3rd kind of mullet....... a "blind mullet"......... Aka a #2
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Around east Texas a mullet is a haircut worn by rednecks. It's short in the front and long in the back. The phrase is that it's " business up front and party in the back". ! Lol.
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I had no idea that swamp people aired in Australia. A friend of mine is staring in a new show about " noodling". They start filming in a couple weeks. It will be on Animal Planet. Do they do that down under? Really odd way to fish!
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Here it is Wotavidone,

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Sorry about the post and delete. It was one of my P.U.I.'s . I had second thoughts about the wording after a couple of days with no responses .
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