“If I had my druthers…”

“If I had my druthers” has to be an exclusively Southern phrase.

It means “If I had my way”, or, basically, “I prefer.”

I think it’s technically pronounced “If I had my ruthers” (a Southern pronunciation of “rather”; plural is quite common in Southern language), but for all intents and purposes, “druthers” is the sound that is typically made when it comes out of the contortions of the mouths of Southern people.

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