Who Dat for What Dats

March 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Sho-nuff Handbook and Dishin-ary of da Who Dat Nation.
The 2010 U.S. census records the nationality of every American. By far, the people who have seen the greatest population increase in the last decade is the American Who Dat Nation.
The Who Dats began in the southern Mississippi River valley of Louisiana in 1967, though at that time, they were known only as Coonasses. Primarily of French descent, language, and customs, the Coonasses are an amalgam of other various peoples including Spanish, African, Native American, English, Italian, and West Indian, all of whom at one time or another inhabited or occupied the City of New Orleans and the surrounding region.
One of the cultural cornerstones of the Coonass people lies in their ritualistic devotion to the local professional football franchise, the New Orleans Saints. It is through this relationship that the Coonasses, around 1986, would become known as the Who Dats.
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