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- proper n. The region of Florida, mostly located in the Panhandle, where the culture and accent of the people are hardly distinguishable from that of Alabama.
- proper n. The region of Florida that can be said to be part of the Deep South.
- proper n. The panhandle of Florida.
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Taylor Hicks frequently performed at a famous Redneck Riviera beach bar called the Florabama; I once got kicked out of the Florabama.
Like Mary Katherine Gallagher, holding my arm pits, nervously smelling them and launching into a Sally Field epic monologue: "My feelings about the Holidays can best be expressed by a soft pair of Russell tapered leg drawstring cotton sweatpants that were popular in the mid 90's and available for clearance at a Russell outlet center near you in the Florabama region."
Are you sure that on your many trips to Ono you did not first stop for a few too many brews at the Florabama Lounge, the infamous honky tonk on the beach at the Florida/Alabama line?
I didn't know until two years ago, and there is the mullet toss contest every year for Florabama, on the Florida-Alabama state line.
After a quick unload and reload at Jimbo's house, along we went eastward an hour or so past the Florabama, to a fabulous little gem of an urban park, the Big Lagoon State Recreation Area.