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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by thetruth2709, Feb 21, 2017.
You do the Charleston you ****
Go see my friend Willis at Bully's in Myrtle Beach he's the bar manager and he will be your friend instantly.
In Charleston I 2nd Hometown BBQ or this amazing place: http://www.eatatbasil.com/charleston/visit/
take your wife and make a good ol trip down to doug dougarts tackle n grapple
No problem. He's easy to spot... big, long hair, and talks loud.
Anybody know anyone that is hiring in the Charleston Area by any chance?
You can still join Sherdog Confederacy Club. Have to check with @Captain Davis
i know you are going with the wife, get her on board and go to a nice restaurant and have a candle lit dinner.
you dont have to **** the prostitute. just take her to dinner.
Charleston is easily the most beautiful city in the South.
I am also very fond of Savannah. Both are beautiful.
Eat Bbq and report back here please.
Lot of things you can do in a few days time in Charleston. Good places to eat (Fig, Magnolia's), there's an aquarium if you have kids, beaches (IOP, Folly), islands (HH, Sullivan), Charleston City Market, visit a plantation, maybe see a few slaves...all that jazz
Shrimp and grits is so good it'll make you slap yo mama
I woukdI've to make a trip through Virginia and visit all the battlefields.
Clemson or USC?
I went to Charleston last year. Absolutely beautiful city with a ton of history. By far the best place to visit in South Carolina (well its the only good thing about South Carolina since its the Wal-Mart of the Carolinas), but still. Charleston is gorgeous especially if you like history and architecture. I visited Magnolia Plantation, the Angel Oak Tree, went on a tour, did a ghost tour, not to mention went out for dinner every night I was there.
The real estate down there is absolutely insane though. A mediocre house in the historic part costs like $750,000. If you want something nice its gonna be well over $1,000,000. I swear I saw a brand new Range Rover every 30 feet lol, lottsssss of rich white people were down there. One of the bad things though was the humidity. I went in the middle of the summer and it was horrible. So stagnate and humid it was hard to breath and I was drenched in sweat.
By far the worst part though was I was down there when that psychopath did the Charleston church shooting (the racists bold cutted psychopath that killed multiple black people). I was a few blocks away when it happened. It was crazy.
this is the Angel Oak. Its absolutely massive and it was really cool.
This is the Magnolia Plantation that I visited:
These are some of the former plantation owner houses that face the waterfront, one of them was for sale from $10,000,000 when I went there.
Go to Wal Mart. Tell cashier that the wife is really good at making Sloppy Joes. Invite her over to where you are staying and have a threesome.
Honestly, I like the beaches around Charleston a lot more than Myrtle Beach, especially Isle of Palms. MB's too crowded/touristy. Definitely do that. Walk around and check out the architecture, enjoy some good BBQ and seafood.
Oh, and throw rock at sailors. They're mostly nukes, so you're doing the country a favor.
Volvo might be hiring, there's a plant coming to Summerville.