I've seen signs around with "Happy Fall, Y'all." People always associate "y'all" with Southerners. I say it all the time, but it is not the only way that Southerners refer to a bunch of folks. One of my favorites is "you'uns." I had friends this week who had never really heard people use that term in a sentence seriously. I would like to thank my friends from Sparta, TN for doing just that. They also have their own word. Yert. I have been informed that it is some sort of greeting that they all use there. I really didn't believe the person who told me that, until I saw it on The Today Show. Yes, out in the crowd, was a sign as big as the world. It said "Yert - Sparta, TN." By the way, if you didn't know it, you haven't done anything in the South until you have traveled to wave in the crowd at The Today Show. Trust me, I've done it several times and it is awesome. Matt Lauer told me that I was a nice person. I took my gloves off in 17 degree weather to take a photo of another Southern who was living the dream. So, yert to Sparta and yert to Matt Lauer. You'uns have a good day up there.