I wouldn't pop it up in a 6max ring game in the SB with anything but a good pair. Even AK becomes a good check-raise trapping hand in a short-handed cash game in the SB if you hit the Ace.
I usually play short-handed ring games. Some people love to call behind you with big pairs if you make a decent raise - making it look like a call with a middle pair - to trap you if you don't hit that Ace and make a continuation bet. Notice who these people are because they can really mess up your VERY STANDARD starting hand strategy. They've read the same book as you, so they now know what your hand ranges are and how to make the most from you. That's one problem when following a list of standard hand rankings
in standard positions in a volatile game like short handed ring games.
It really pays to try to get creative once in a while. Show that junk when you hit the nuts. The villians will think you're crazy. Then you can play using the standard list.