Herb’s Blog, Herbdate 22726 – 975
Here’s the haps:
I know I probably missed a few but these few colloquialisms in the title are meant to indicate that I have a widely varied audience, not just in the U.S. but in other countries, as well.
You. You are important to me and I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to come by and visit me and read my offerings. Time is extraordinarily valuable and I humbly accept that you are granting me some of it. I know some of my meager offerings are just that but yet I am often pleased with myself and know when I’ve done good work even if it doesn’t always seem to garner a lot of attention. And I am grateful to each and every one of you.
Ha. The phrase, “Youse guys”, triggered an urge to watch an old black and white gangster movie.
And thank you for writing too and reading my posts😄💞
Ya’ll are welcome.
Colloquialisms are fun Herb. They make us who we are. Happy Saturday Y’all. Allan
Youse is welcome!
Every simple thought is important
And mine are very simple sometimes.
This is a great picture considering that I’m having a cup of tea with you this afternoon. Whether you know it or not
Laugh at yourself
The fictional rock band Drive Shaft from Lost got its signature song “You All Everybody” from the utterances of daytime talk show folk.
“You all everybody!
“You all everybody!
Acting like it’s stupid people
Wearing expensive clothes!”
That’s interesting. I like the line about stupid people wearing expensive clothes, there could be a lot of applications there.
I’d be happy to have coffee with you, Herb, if we can keep my computer laptop in another room. You keep leaving coffee stains on the screen. And just for the record, in Kentucky, “y’all” is singular. “All y’all” is the plural
See y’all for coffee sometime? 🤠
I reckon all y’all done good. Coffee all ’round.
I’d love to have coffee with y’all too.
You Guys are more than welcome.
This post presents a problem. Your you becomes my me, which as an m, isn’t really appropriate today. But if I turn it back to you, that becomes your me, which brings us right back to the same problem. I guess I’ll have to skip commenting today.
Then isn’t your me, you? I think I’m going to skip replying today.