A man who was born, reared, and educated in New York took a job in Alabama after college. He liked Alabama so much that he stayed, married, and had a family. When his widowed father retired, he invited him to move to a nice retirement community near him. His father, tired of the cold New York winters, decided to give it a try. After a month of living in the retirement community, he and his son were having dinner together and the son asked, "Dad, how do you like living in the South after all those years in New York?" "Well, son," he replied. "I like it a lot. The people are really friendly and everyone seems to have a nickname. For instance, Tom is called "The Mechanic" by everyone in spite of the fact that it's been over 20 years since he's worked on a car. And Bill has not practiced medicine for at least 15 years, but everyone still calls him "Doc." "So, Dad, do you have a nickname?" "Yes, I do. Even though I have not had sex in the 10 years since your mother died, everyone refers to me as that "Fucking Yankee."