.Originally Posted by true_till_what?
Seems somebody had Lone Star Beer with her Wheeties this mornin.
Delusion: A false belief strongly held in spite of invalidating evidence.
That is a funny link.... I didn't know that Yankees could be hicks.Originally Posted by Orikal
I thinking this would make a good sig....
"Here I go again just singin in this dive,
Lone Star Beer in my cereal is keepin' me alive,
I gave up on Nashville along time ago,
yeah but here I go, Lord once again here I go" - Pat Green
Not proper English? As a professional linguist I do protest. It is a perfectly normal and acceptable form of speech in a number of dialects of American English. Get with it y'all.Originally Posted by MERTON
I rest my case.Originally Posted by MERTON
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y'all - what the northerners think it is.
ya'll - what it ACTUALLY is.
y'all'ns - That's a southern appalachia thing.
you'ns - Quaker state, mostly.
all ya'll (or all ya'lls) - plural of ya'll
texas born, texas bred.
Weather today: Hot. Humid. Potholes.
"And so I typed in this sql query like ya said, and dang if it didn't return a bunch of rows. "What is scary, is that when my boss retold me that, his accent and retelling sounded like he was actually saying it. My boss is always using "y'all" in phone conferences and every single time he does I cringe.
Life is about hanging onto what you think is important and finding out what really is important.
"Stop Ruining my joke!", "No, a joke implies humor attached at no additional cost"
So many sayings, so little sig space.
The best bit is that my mind immediately set this to music -- to the country tune "t*tt*es and beer" by the comedian Rodney Carrington.Originally Posted by Orikal
I don't care who ya are, that's funny right there.
If he only had said "T*dd*es and Beer". Grew up down the road from where they made T*dd*es Sandals. Those Bruce brothers made the best sandals and coozies. Of course that was more a local thing. Glad one of the brothers brought them back. Well now they have to call them Pirate sandals.Originally Posted by RedHairedScot