Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
I thought it was when you comment in N.Texas:)
That, too.Hey, srv, I ain't got no panties on.
I ain't getting it.
Which part, wc? I can break out the hand puppets again.
The grammar part.
there is a time for good grammar...and there is a time to "git er dun!"....vaquero viejo
It's probably considered proper "English" these days.
The use a colloquialism (look it up kids) is accepted form IF you know the difference. The word ain't is old Elizabethan English, spoken in Eastern Tennessee up until radio/TV and the opening up of an isolated backwater in America. Angel knows, and the putting down of someone who says "ain't" is a cheap shot. Try criticizing Shakespeare. Thank goodness, it's still pretty amazing country and relatively unspoiled. A place on the planet that suits you is a rare and wonderful find.Like a great fishing spot, keep it to yourself.
We talking prepositions, amiright? Or is it propositions?
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