One of the wonderful things about America is how diverse our country is. Every geographical area has its own unique culture, and the South is no exception. From football and sweet tea, to hunting and fishing, the South could culturally be considered its own country in comparison to the rest of The United States. Most of us who were fortunate to have grown up in The South are very protective and proud of our heritage, even if we no longer call the South home. Here are the t-shirts that any proud Southerner can appreciate!
For those who prefer Southern booze
While every Southerner loves their sweet tea and moonshine, there’s something to be said for a Jack and Coke! Jack Daniels is, after all, the whiskey of choice amongst most Southerners, and for good reason–it’s distilled in Lynchburg, Tennessee.
For the hunting enthusiast
If there’s one thing Southerners love, it’s hunting! As soon as the weather drops below 40 degrees, it’s time to bring out the camo jackets! But, of course during the long summer months, us Southerners still like to sport our camo-gear. Hence, our fond appreciation for short sleeve camo shirts!
For the New Orleans native
Oh, New Orleans. The Crescent City. Home of beignets, crawfish, jazz music, and the Hand Grenade. New Orleans is arguably one of the most unique and exciting cities in America. Sure, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles have a lot to offer, but New Orleans boasts its own unique culture and lifestyle that is nearly impossible to find anywhere else!
For the Mardi-Gras Reveler
What else is great about The South? Mardi Gras. It’s that lovely time of the year where cities like Mobile and New Orleans become home to some of the world’s greatest parties, parades, costumes, and balls. Once you cross the Mason Dixon line, it’s hard to find another city or state that can throw weeklong parties on such a grand scale. Laissez les bons temps rouler, my Southern friends!
6. For the Southern Belle
Southern girls are proud of their heritage. They prefer bonfires and long talks on mama’s front porch to city nightlife. And, they also aren’t afraid to don t-shirts advertising their Southern upbringin’!
7. For the sunshine and sweet tea fan
If there are two things every Southern person loves, they are sunshine and sweet tea. The South is hot for most of the year. While endless sunshine and summer weather may not be the idea of paradise to every American, for Southerners, it’s a way of life. And, how do we spend the long summers? Soakin’ in the sun and sippin’ homemade southern sweet tea of course!
8. For the regular
The South is home to some of the best food in America. We have the freshest seafood and great barbecue. We also have the South’s most famous diner, Waffle House. You can’t pass through the Southern states without stopping by Waffle House. There is one on nearly every exit, and no drunken night out with your friends is ever complete without a Waffle House visit. Even if you grow up in the South and then move up North, you will never stop dreaming about the All Star Breakfast and eggs smothered and covered!