‘Am’ is the 1st person singular conjugation of the verb ‘to be’. So it very much exists, but is not grammatically correct to be used on its own. It could be argued that it’s a new dialect of English, making it technically correct though. Am fun at parties.
@Happybear, Am know you copied and pasted this.
@Happybear, Ahhhhh yes, technically correct, the best kind of correct
Is am a joke to you?
'm I a joke to you?
Ich bin. Wir sind
Du bist. Eir sied
Er ist. Sie sind
It may not be in someone's personal English language, but it certainly am part of official English.
Am does exist in the British English vocab
I R Baboon is getting crafty in his ways to try and make his name grammatically correct
Looks at the clock. Oh no, it's 7:30 I am
If Am doesn't exist then surely it's the United states of Erica?
Am am I joke to you?
@ladyjesus, when you cant decide on the comment you want to write
Now we're just finding retards on Twitter and putting it out