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Discussion in 'On The Field' started by Giovanni Jones, Nov 8, 2019.
He even worked in "OU SUCKS." Props to Mr. Fallon.
Ok...so I seriously got teary-eyed watching this.
What does that mean?!?
i never say "y'all" when speaking about one person. maybe a little over "Texanized" with the first usage.
True, but I'm willing to cut him some slack on that.
Just think of how much more it would have meant if our football team were any good.
I was talking about the Texas Longhorns Twitter peeps. Were they quoting him? That would make sense
Y’all is both singular and plural. If you are with Jim at the time but his wife is not present, but want to know if both of them are going to the party, it’s OK to ask Jim, “Are y’all going to the party?”
Geez, that thing made my eyes bleed.
I mean God. He came here from New York City! He is assimilated as well as he could in a short period of time.
"Y'all" is always more inclusive than just the more ambiguous pronoun "you."
Well, they are still much better than they were under the previous head coach. We tend to forget these things so rapidly.