Southern Hospitality is a quality attributed to residents of the southern region of the United States. The term implies that in comparison to people living in other parts of the United States, Southerns are typically friendlier, more welcoming and generous to strangers or guests.
Also we have what is called the “Friendship Tree” and when entered under the branches you are a friend forever. I am so proud to have been raised in the south, it’s just the most pleasant place ever. You are taught to extend that tree branch, treat strangers like family and have them dine at your table with family. They would always say” Its nice to be nice” and doesn’t it make you feel so much better when you do? It’s like Christmas, all year long, at the end of the day, you’ve shown an act of kindness, which most of us are accustom to. To treat someone to dinner, who maybe don’t have family to share with on the holidays so that they are not alone. I love it and will continue to share my southern hospitality. Thanks for listening, you guys know how much I love you!