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Discussion in 'New York Red Bulls' started by GAranger654, Sep 26, 2003.
be glad you have these two...
Also, we're glad we won the civil war.
Is Evander Holyfield the mayor of Atlanta yet? That would be nice.
no way should mathis win this poll, this isn't 2000
be glad that you outnumbered us 6 to 1...be glad that we still killed twice as many as yall killed us! damn yankees! us georgia boys have to save yall's neck!
Re: be glad...
The attacking unit will almost always suffer more casualties than a unit defending a position and, not surprisingly, a 6-1 advantage is usually the threshold requirement for a successful assault on a defensive position. Wolyniec is not a Georgia boy and he was the last one to save our all's neck.
Re: be glad...
I took Southern in 10th grade and I do believe the the plural of Y'all is All-y'all.
Re: Re: be glad...
I'm not big on grammer but, is not "all-y'all" redundant? If the word y'all means "you all" then all-y'all would mean "all you all", yes? If any of youse could answer this I'd appreciate it.
"All y'all" is a local, regional variant of the Southern dialect use of "y'all". This is normally used when referring to a group too large to be included in the simpler term "y'all". Use of "all y'all" occurs primarily in eastern Texas, Arkansas and the deeper parts of Alabama with an occasional occurrence in Georgia, Louisiana and norther Florida. So there...
And anyone who doesn't vote for Pope here obviously hasn't been watching many games this season. And where's Jolley in this?
Actually, "all y'all" comes from a children's game which is kind of a team hide and seek game. I'm too old to remember the details, but at some point in the game, you yell "all y'all in come free"
I guess Edgar barely beat out Jolley for the last spot.
Thanks ye guys for clearing that up.
i was just kidding about the southern boys having to "save" YALL!!! haha in the south it's considered ok to be gramitically incorrect. haven't yall seen deliverance
I knew someone from Western Pennsylvania who said "y'ins" instead of "y'all". He also used the term "gum bands" instead of rubber bands and "pop" instead of soda. Since he was a hick, we generally ignored what he had to say except to ridicule his speech.
Don't worry. In the north, it's okay to be a smartass. Haven't you seen, well basically anything about New York