That’s why we asked our readers to tell us about theirs. We got more than 3,000 replies after asking “What is a rule that your parent taught you that you’ll never break?” on the It’s a Southern Thing Facebook page.
That’s a lot of rules, y’all, and they were all worth following. To see some of our favorites, you can read below. To see all of the comments, click here.
No white shoes after Labor Day
“No white shoes after Labor Day or before Easter. I’ve actually tried to break this one, but I fear my mother and grandma would come back and slap me into next week. Makes me queasy.” — Dianne Martin
Mind your manners
“I was always taught to respect my elders, and even though I am older, I still to this day respect my elders, and even the younger generation, in hopes that they will also
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