Xaser wrote:For the record, "s's" seems to be the commonly-accepted form in Texas, in case anyone happens to come down yonder. ;P
Erm.... You'll forgive me if I comment that Southerners' opinions on sophisticated things like grammar don't really hold much weight with me. Anybody that feels the need to pluralize "you" (y'all) or turn noises like "aight" and "yonktoo" into words doesn't have much room to talk about proper English.
The more places you live and visit, the more all these different accents don't sound that strange. Personally I find the flexibilty of spoken language and the differences in dialect to be kind of poetic and refreshing.
For the record, though, this s's business bugs the crap out of me ;p
Ok, I feel like someone should bump the 2.3.1 thread now <_<