'Aint nobody' > 'isn't nobody', it's a double negative (where is one supposed to look amongst all of this grammatical shredding (swoon)? [oh dear, was that a split infinitive?]sundaymorningstaple wrote:I would have thought an exclamation point would have been more appropriate.
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I'm not going to split hairs with a Brit over a black American style of speaking especially with the pure Americanism "Ain't". You are welcome to have it your way. Us Yanks will understand and forgive you.
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