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At 02:07 PM 8/13/97 -0500, Paul Sisler wrote:
>Oooooh 'nd I gotta reassure you guys 'dat up 'ere in MinnesOOOOta "you
guys" is both plural and singular too, don'cha know hey.
This really never ends. I lived in South Dakota before moving to Texas, and
several (Norwegian-influenced) people referred to "youse guys" there, both
singularly and in plurality. Yah, sure, you betcha.
Phillip "So that would be your partner there in the chipper, I suppose?" Winn