In part, he writes:
I had been dimly aware that the American South is famous for its hospitality, but was unprepared for a level of friendliness that would have been faintly nauseating if it weren’t so seductive. Wherever I went, people smiled at me with their gleaming, perfect teeth.
So, once again, our good manners and friendliness win the day and change a heart. Yay, American South! And yay braces!
You can read the full piece at the Telegraph website here.