Re: thin(g, k) survey

Subject: Re: thin(g, k) survey
From: "Mary K. Jackman" <mjackman -at- NMSU -dot- EDU>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 1994 12:04:06 -0700

On Mon, 31 Jan 1994, LaVonna Funkhouser wrote:

> I'm intrigued by this thread. Please respond to this
> short survey to my address: lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com

> 1. Complete this phrase with the most likely word:
> "If you think you are going out with your buddies
> tonight, you've got another ______ coming!"

> a. thing
> b. think
> c. Never heard the phrase

> 2. No matter how you responded to question 1, have you
> ever heard the phrase completed the other way?

> a. Yes
> b. No
> c. Not before last week

> 3. In what state (or province and country)
> were you raised? ____________

> I'm trying to determine if there is a regional variation
> in how this phrase is completed.

> LaVonna
> lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com

b, b, Texas. Actually, we say "thank" but mean "think." In Texas
anythang can be a noun.

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