More comically Twain-like is William Faulkner's brother James who wrote
Road' which has some of the funniest rural humor I've ever read. When the
folk who live at the end of the cabin road are comiserating about the local
pentecostal preacher who goes 'visiting' with their wives, one man says,
think he'd get enough sometime.' Another responds, 'Dey, ain't dat much.'
Be kind. Be of good cheer.

Dick Ford