Nope Ringo, he was in Saginaw, about middle of MI mitten.Are you sure he wasn't somewhere in the black mining hills of Dakota?
Oooops! Not intentional!
Yup! I know the feeling too well!Sorry bud. If someone says Rocky Raccoon I automatically start singing it. Plus I'm reasonably sure it was the first use and therefore the origin of people calling raccoons Rocky. ;-)
Thanks Tayln. Pretty interesting article. Especially on how "you" is understood. Have noticed how the same word's been interpreted from a general term to a more personal individualized term in different generational areas over the years. Growing up, "you" was taken as most anyone in general in conversation. Now, someone tends to take same generalized word more personal. The basically innocent word can sometimes be twisted into something unintended changing the whole meaning around. Patience usually helps understanding meaning.
And southerners get slack over the way we talk or use words!This is pretty near what I was referring to. Here it's usually pronounced more like Bruins as opposed to Brinz. For lack of a better way to explain it.
And southerners get slack over the way we talk or use words!