“Bless your heart” is having a moment

The phrase is served as the “icing” of Southern politeness, a subtle way to insult someone but without coming straight out and calling someone an idiot to his or her face.
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The phrase is served as the “icing” of Southern politeness, a subtle way to insult someone but without coming straight out and calling someone an idiot to his or her face.

Banov: ‘Bless your heart,’ unfiltered, in the national spotlight

March 31, 2016 02:33 PM