Truth be told, though, Cajuns are the friendliest, most hospitable, flexible people you'll ever meet. They'll offer you a meal if you're hungry, a place to lay your head if you're weary, and a hearty laugh when you need one.
We'd all like to believe we are truthful when we speak. We'd all like to believe we don't weigh as much as we do and we have never stolen HBO using aluminum foil either. Here's our top 10 list of lies we all tell.
So you're going to New Orleans to watch the Cajuns play Tulane in the R & L Carriers Bowl at the Superdome. What are you going to do before the game or Sunday before you head back home? You've been to the Audubon Zoo, the French Quarter and the World War II Museum, what else is there to do? ...
Louisiana is known for its great food and the motto laissez le bon temps rouler (let the good times roll), but an annual study of state-by-state health reveals that the Sportsman's Paradise is more of a dystopia -- at least when it comes to healthy living.
The Country Singing Bible Boy, Ashton Kutcher's Speech, Raising Cane's sauce recipe, Funeral Taxi Prank, and the Cheating Gag that Backfired. Here they are again, in case you missed one or want to enjoy all over again!
Thanks to some outstanding research by the folks at Business Insider, we have good news if you're a kid growing up in Wyoming or Mississippi—you have a (relatively) great chance of becoming a Major League Baseball player someday. If you're from Utah, though? Eh, not so much.
The Hub City is one of only two cities in Louisiana that made a list of the top 100 places to retire in the country. Where to Retire magazine lists Lafayette and Natchitoches as two of "America's 100 Best Places to Retire."
Do you take sugar packets from restaurants? Do you steal your neighbor's Sunday paper just for the coupons? Do you separate the two-ply toilet paper to make it last longer? Maybe it’s time to move to one of these cities.