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October 16, 2020


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I could be wrong, but I don't think it will ever be an everyday word. It's too hard to say—too much work. That's why "He doesn't" becomes "He don't." "Creek" becomes "crick." Or, "isn't" becomes "ain't". In my haughty opinion.

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