But if you steal them, they're "not yo" nachos..
Education system fail. This post is kind of scary..
At least most of the people that commented seem to know what's up.
Who said they did?
What do you mean "when you were a kid"? Haha, when my NES acts up, I still do that to fix it.
Since when do you have to be a blood relative to be aunt/uncle or niece/nephew? I consider people in my family to be my aunt or uncle equally whether they are directly related to me or through marriage.
This sounds racist. Everyone is capable of being a security threat, not just one group of people. They do random checks, which means random. Not all of the Middle Eastern looking folks plus a few others to make it look like they aren't focusing on one group. If you missed a flight due to the time it took to wand someone, you should have planned ahead better. Everyone who flies should be well aware that you're supposed to get there early so you have enough time to go through all of the security.
Oh my, these comments... the future is going to be a scary place, isn't it?
I like it with marshmallows too.
This makes me nervous about eating out, because I can't remember what I say... I don't mean to say anything rude. :o
I think I say "Can I get ___?" and then if they say yes, then I say thanks. If they say no, I say (in my head) "oh shit oh shit, pick something else, quick!"
I hope this is acceptable..
Because Walt Disney was even alive when they made Aladdin or The Little Mermaid?.. I thought he died in 1966 or something.
Maybe what some people want to say is the difference between "your" and "you're", and who they are is just a grammar nazi.
I thought America was founded on rights and freedoms like freedom of religion?
I think marriage is an issue for people, because in some religions, marriage is a religious rite. Like in my church, it's a sacrament, just like baptism and confirmation.
So some people see marriage as something religious, while others see it as a legal thing with the government. That's why the whole marriage thing is confusing, in my opinion. Because it's two different definitions of things that are rolled together into one.
I fear this wording makes it sound like I approve of eating conjoined twins. I'd just like to come out before someone accuses me of this and say that this is not accurate.
This is an example of a different dialect. African American Vernacular English (Ebonics) is a different way for people to express themselves. Many people grow up in households that speak it, around neighbors that use it, etc. And dialects like this are just as complicated as Standard American English (what many see as "proper English"), with its own rules and grammar. These people aren't being lazy, they're just more familiar with a different dialect than what you are used to.
Saying one dialect is "more correct" than another is as ignorant as saying one language is better than another, like French is a more correct language than Russian. They're just different, but are all just ways of communicating and expressing yourself. Just because you don't understand it or speak it doesn't mean it's wrong.