How’s your mama?

Says I to the young attendant at the oil change place, “It’s my mom’s car.  She’s giving up driving.”  Says he, “How’s your mama and them?”   He’s never met me.  But he is from East Texas, from Tyler, and that is how they do things out there, they’re going to ask you, a total stranger, “How’s your mama and them?”  And, no, they don’t think it’s odd, not at all.

What do people say in your part of the world?

Please let us know what you think about what we see.