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Quote from Granddaddy Clisby in Love, Dean

Adult Dean: After you've been through a few tornado seasons in the South, you learn that no matter how big the storm, life still goes on. That meant me and Daddy still had to get our "start of summer" haircuts after the last day of school.
Granddaddy Clisby: Now, now, now, this one wasn't nothing. Y'all remember the twister that came through in '37? That bad boy was a mile wide.
Bray: Pulled my daddy's mulberry tree straight out the ground.
Granddaddy Clisby: Please, my friend Cooper came home... house gone. [laughter]
Adult Dean: But Daddy and I weren't in the mood for jokes.
Bray: Uh, what's the matter? Cat got your tongue?
Granddaddy Clisby: Well, now, maybe he's upset because his mama went behind his daddy's back and bought her own vehicle.
Bill: Dad, I told you that in confidence.
Granddaddy Clisby: What?
Bill: You're like a bad refrigerator. Can't keep nothing.
Granddaddy Clisby: Now, if you ask me, first mistake was letting her learn to drive. [laughter]

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