"You all would have"
@downhillhorizon, that's what they said....y'all'd've
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, helping the northern folk, the yanks if you will.
@downhillhorizon, as a southerner I was about to comment "y'all would have" forgetting that y'all was a contraction.
@downhillhorizon, My favorite abbreviation is "i'mma". The laziness of Americans has evolved "i am going to" into 2 syllables, and everyone knows what it means.
@downhillhorizon, I've actually used this in conversation before 😂
@downhillhorizon, i dont know if youre being sarcastic but everyone should be smart enough to know what it means unless youre from another country
@Doc Gerbil PhD, im in love with your user name.
@downhillhorizon, Thanks 😁
sandy cheeks: whats so funny?
@onlyspongebobquotes, "what am I?!"
"No, I'm Texas!"
"WHATS THE DIFFERENCE?!"
Dumb Old Texas
@onlyspongebobquotes, The stars at night are dull and dim whenever they have to be over dumb old stupid Texas
@onlyspongebobquotes, Are shoes from Texas dumb?
@onlyspongebobquotes, she is not a Texan, she is false. How a true southerner says the word "pecan" is like p'kahn. Only yankees say pee-can
I feel like I'm more likely to hear "y'all'da"
I'm from Texas, and i know no one who speaks like this, but go up to Alabama, and you have a totally different picture.
TIME FOR THE BONUS ROUND:
It's not stupid if you understand it
I know the contractions thing is a meme at this point, but this one is real.
This is true
This is true, just never knew how to spell it
As a Texan I prefer you'd've even if plural.
Wait, people don't use multiple contractions?
@ArchonErikr, Technically it's grammatically incorrect to use more than one contraction in a word, so it's only really done in really informal or slangy speech
@TriangleTesticles, Technically, it's gramatically incorrect to use one contraction in formal speech, so...
What is it saying
As a guy from Texas, I can confirm
Look baby child y'all not the only ones who have country lingo, AZ is just the same but with a hint of Spanglish. Comprende Mijo?
Im from south carolina, so as an official southerner I approve of this slang.
As a Texan I can confirm that I say this.
*insert confused Shakespeare*
Whenever I read that word, I think of the Yaldiv from Diane Duane's Wizards at War. Side note - book recommendation: the Young Wizards series (WaW is the 8th in the series) - the books start off YA, but get more mature as the characters do.
Does she know where the stars at night are big and bright?
@Lastmanonearth, 👏 👏 👏