Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by gementricxs, Jan 23, 2008.
Is it regional slang or is it used all over the US?
I'd say all over. I've heard it a lot, in different places.
I think it's heard all over too, but by the young and very colloquial.
Do you mean it in this sense?
We bought books, pens, paper and what not (apd., etc. and so on)?
Good to know.
I guess it is similar to czech:
Koupili jsme knihy, pera, papíry a tak vůbec.
Thanks everyone for their replies.
I have not heard that phrase here in a very long time. It was a phrase that the (forgive me) older generations tended to use. :wink:
People say it in Canada as well - at least where I use to live.
Older generations? Well, how about that? :lol:
Guess times going by even faster than I thought.
You are right scrimshaw time is going by fast.
Faster than we all think :wink:
Here's one for you:
An example; When are you guys going to the game?
Guys becomes interchangable between Ceska & Cesko :shock:
It's not proper but it is accepted.
Very true PGN
'Guys' can refer to a group of people, two or more, and the gender is not
What are you guys up to?
Can refer to males, females, or mix.
Separate names with a comma.