Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Westerberg, Aug 26, 2016.
Please explain the differences.
We're talkin English language here!
Heretofore aforementioned already!
I don't wanna get into it.
I just us into all the time.
Cause I ain't got no time for that grammar.
Into is a preposition. Use it to say I went into the house. In to is many things (cause English is a crazy language) but basically used as I turned this shit thread in to a gem.
I'll pop in to expand on this later. I'm not really into it at the moment.
give rodney a chance
Cause I can't get into it
Unless I get out of it
The thereto aforementioned dilemma is duly noted.
I'm in to big booties. I'd like to get into one.
Schmoop knows how to grammar.
This has fuck all to do with this thread but I can't private message you. Westerberg/The Mats are pretty much my fav musicians of the past 30 years. How did you get into them? Fav Westerberg solo album?
Idk. But I do know the difference between "every day" and "everyday"...