I am curious, now that I reside in Georgia I have heard some people utter the phrase "bless your heart." It is always said in a saccharine sweet drawl by men and women alike. What kills me is that even Southerners who normally have no discernible drawl have one when they say "bless your heart." Perhaps I shouldn't be eavesdropping on strangers conversations but from the context in which I have heard it, bless your heart" seems to mean "fuck you." :biggrin1: Back in Jersey, particularly down the shore we would just say, "bite me." Sometimes it's, "Awww, that's a shame, bite me." Have I completely misinterpreted the meaning of this phrase? Are there other regional curse words about which I should know?