Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Batesmotel, Jul 8, 2020.
Or if you really want to make a serious point, you pull out, “all y’all.
F***ing BRILLIANT! For certain you win the trophy for best post of the day and the gal that comes with it.
She's on her way to your place right now, she likes expensive bourbon.
If I had a nickel for every time I wanted to email John Lovell (Warrior Poet) about his use of "eck-specially".....
Herbs (pronounced with the H sound)
An unnamed relative of mine says all 4 of the above.
A fantastic word, REGARDLESS if in the dictionary or not, it sure gets the job done.
In Western Washington, many folks say things like "beg" (bag) and "fleg" (flag).
I think it's the Swedish influence.
Antidisestablishmentarianism. WTF? My mom used to say it was the longest word in the English language.
Hmmm....cousins in MinneSOTA...ya ya, you betcha.
gotta get with the program!
It's twue...It's twue!
Triggered here too!
And I will still misspell it, thank goodness for spell check Eh?
"Blazing Saddles" and Madeline Kahn, two gems that will never be replaced.
Ok, I just looked it up on their website and they explain that “ir” usually indicates negation but in this instance it’s an “intensifier.” You could say “regardless” but apparently saying “irregardless” says that you mean business.
I don’t buy it. I’m fine with adding it as long as the explanation is that people used it incorrectly so much that it became acceptable. I can be swayed if someone comes up with a bunch of other words that can have “ir” added to the front to intensify, also. Let’s hear them. If there aren’t any then this excuse is irlame!
The lowest common denominator strikes again.
Hmmm...what if you actually spell out irf***ed with no asterisks would that be ok? Personally I think they are all just "Bozos On The Bus".