Oops, Duxxy, I'd misunderstood your original "irregardless" post. I thought I was disagreeing with you.Originally Posted by Duxxy
But now I AM; I use ain't, and am proud of it. But I don't use it in a professional setting.
Although, one of my earliest memories was arguing with a boy at my babysitter's that ain't was not a word. When my dad came to pick me up that afternoon, I demanded that he tell this boy that ain't wasn't a word, and he said he couldn't because it was. (can you tell I was already a budding English major at age 4? )
oh, and ps; with your sig line! (although I'm sorry to see me and Stargazer go... )