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Old 06-09-2013, 08:32 PM   #1093
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Sorry, I must have mutated for a minute there ........... I'll try to behave better from now on.
You could well be right, I'm sure there are many variations. We heard it the first time when we went to a neighborhood restaurant right after we moved to NC. The greeter sat us down, handed us menus and said "All y'alls enjoy y'alls dinner". I've never forgotten that one.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:41 PM   #1094
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Here's a thought, if enough of us were to use the word "ya'all or y'all or y'all's" enough, is there a chance we can get it included in Webster's dictionary ?
Of course, if it were to become an official word, we would have to mutate and come up with something else.
Don't mind my weird mood, it's hot and I dread running the generator so my swamp cooler will keep the house cool.
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You could well be right, I'm sure there are many variations. We heard it the first time when we went to a neighborhood restaurant right after we moved to NC. The greeter sat us down, handed us menus and said "All y'alls enjoy y'alls dinner". I've never forgotten that one.
And... Would y'alls like sweet tea or regular tea with y'alls dinner (supper)? It's a southern' thang.
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Old 06-09-2013, 08:53 PM   #1096
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I believe I will have to ponder this issue of plural y'all's until in good time, I can figure it out after later. After later is my contribution to the RVM lexicon.

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Does "purt near" fit in anyplace ??
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I believe I will have to ponder this issue of plural y'all's until in good time, I can figure it out after later. After later is my contribution to the RVM lexicon.

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Ponder is good. After later so noted.

The hour was late and generators were shut down. The mutants sat talking by the fire until well after later.
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Does "purt near" fit in anyplace ??
Purt near fits in all over the place, purt near.
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Ain't this the "sure nuff" truth?
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Ya'll know what? I been cypherin all this southern talk and dog gone if in I ain't bout got this mutant language down purt near good!
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Ya'll know what? I been cypherin all this southern talk and dog gone if in I ain't bout got this mutant language down purt near good!
Mutants apparently enjoy southern talk, but there are many mutant dialects. I'm sure Les can share some Canadian expressions. But I believe he is from the southern area as well. Could be wrong about that - and other things....
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Ya'll here is another one for the "southern" language file.
Credit the DW with this one!
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Hmm, if we're getting into dialects, I respectfully submit the all Canadian all purpose "eh?" to be appended to just about everything, eh? As in, wow, look at that rig, eh? We don't notice we're saying it, it's just like air, eh? Always there.
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Hmm, if we're getting into dialects, I respectfully submit the all Canadian all purpose "eh?" to be appended to just about everything, eh? As in, wow, look at that rig, eh? We don't notice we're saying it, it's just like air, eh? Always there.
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Oversight - on my part as to your rutz and expertise in the northern dialect.

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HELP

Is there some type of new trick to creating a new thread. I apologize for placing this question in this thread but I can not figure out how to start a new thread. Thanks
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