Make NEAUX mistake about it, if you live north of Thibodaux, LA; you might be a yankee, red-neck, or a dumbass, but ain't no way a Coon-Ass and definitely not an authentic Cajun!Sounds like you need to have some "follow on" discussions with your friends regarding this. I have 3 of them all look just like that.
If you are native to where you live now this will make sense... Are you a Coon Ass or Cajun? I am west of the Sabine but not a dumb ass!
If my papaw told me right, Thibodaux is the Mason Dixon line....Make NEAUX mistake about it, if you live north of Thibodaux, LA; you might be a yankee, red-neck, or a dumbass, but ain't no way a Coon-Ass and definitely not an authentic Cajun!
Well I do love it as well! I am in DFW and grew up in Fort Worth. This and it is addressed in the posts just above this response that there are names for people depending on where they live in or out of the State of Louisiana!Curious where do you live west of Sabine? I was stationed in the Coast Guard in Sabine Pass for two years.
I do miss eating some boudin.
Papaw is a smart man. That is also what i called my granddad. My friends live in south Louisiana and you had better not call them Cajun or you will be corrected quickly "I Am A Coon-Ass"!If my papaw told me right, Thibodaux is the Mason Dixon line....
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The picture was taken just after arrival, I haven’t had a chance to shoot it yet. I know Smith & Wesson shoots 2-3 rounds as a test, I’m guessing from the cylinder, Colt shoots theirs 6 times, and their not worried about a thorough wipe down before boxing it up to send it either.Getting back to your Python, was the picture taken after you fired it or as you received it brand new from Colt? I appears all tubes in your cylinder have been fired, no problem with that, just didn't know if that was standard Colt factory procedure these days? You will love it I'm sure, now go out and "choot-it", as an ole gator hunting friend of mine used to say.
The town is singular, the parish is plural.I'm not a Cajun, never even seen Louisiana. My name comes from the Cajun bass boats I ran back in my tournament fishing days. Best blanking bass boats ever built.
My wife however did live in Plaquemine...the town...not the parrish. She was married to a GEN-U-WINE "Coon-ass" at the time. She's from the Milwaukee area originally. She said she was always referred to as "that dammyankee." Until then she never knew it was only one word. She kept hearing people refer to being "south of the Mason-Dixon line." She asked one fellow where the Mason-Dixon line was." He said he didn't know for sure, but he knew they were south of it.
Enjoy your Python.