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And no, it's not, 'Pass me the Tony's!' Although it could be! Louisiana women are a different breed, and dare I say, a cut above, women anywhere else in the world. There's a reason why they call us, 'Steel Magnolias!'

So, I decided to take a highly unscientific poll regarding the four words every Louisiana lady would want to hear. Not surprisingly, many referenced money or riches, however just as many seemed to value help around the home or our scrumptious cuisine! Here are a few of my favorite responses.

Tracey Burnes Justice
Let’s take a nap

Shelley Renae Polk
I'll clean the house.

Kim Clark George
I did the laundry.

Jimmy Edwards
Wanna go to Nicky’s?

Stephanie Morman Hilliard
Let's go eat crawfish!!

Kim Neal Gregory
I have Titos Vodka

Caye Caraway Bryce
You won the Lottery!

Lisa O'Con May
Here’s my credit card lol

Cristie Sibus
I filled your tank (as in gas tank)

Sinjin Britt
You were right hun.

Mike Sewell
Paid off your Discover.

Sandy Monday
I'm Bush hogging today

Marie Faulkner Harlan
I have wine. Lots!

Jon Simmons
I brought you Margaritas.

Michelle L. Barr
I’ll feed for you.

Ashley Hays
Just buy the horse.

Chan Marie
Quit work right now

Jason N Jeanine Ciccarella-Johnson
It is from Jared’s

Page Cline Porter
Want a foot rub?

Amber Carleen Chanler
Let’s go fishing now!

Brian Dell Teegarden
I make huge bank...

James Friday
You can sleep in.

Michele Sandifer
I’ll make you pancakes

Joe Hollay
Let's get tacos and beer!!

Lauren Brown
I’ll park the trailer.

Amanda Law
Let’s go to Disney

Morgan Bailey Eberhardt
“I cleaned the house”
“I did the laundry”
“Have a YOU day”
“My land, your animals”
“Don’t work, go ride”
#inmydreams

Check out the rest of the responses in the post below, make sure to add your own cleverness, and give me a follow for more fun content!

This could be fun!!!

Posted by Erin Bristol on Wednesday, May 12, 2021

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