I remember my grandmother saying "I'll swan!" meaning I guess, "I'll swoon?" instead of "I'll be danged" or something, and she also called a sofa a "setee", pronounced "set-tee".
You also hear "slap" used in the same way as "plum" is around here - to mean totally or entirely. "I swear, they left that ole dawg tied to that oak tree till he went slap crazy".
I remember listening to a long story one day that I really don't remember in its entirety, but the teller was a big stapping, redneck country boy. Everyone else listening were native , rural, Georgians too; it's just that this cat was EXTRA-REDNECK!
He kept carrying on and on about how someone had taken his parasol, and he finally figured out who had his parasol, and if he didn't get it back right away, he and his brother were going to kick someones ass, and by God he was going to get his parasol back, yackityyackyack,etc.
Everyone who was listening to this was cracking up, and finally someone said,
"Curtis,what's a big ole boy like you doing getting so upset over an umbrella?"
And Curtis had to say it about five times before anyone understood...
"Who said anything about an umbrella? I'm talking about my POWER SAW!" (Had I better add that when a good 'ol boy says "power saw", he usually means a portable circular saw?