Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Ruffypup, Dec 3, 2013.
why does he say "I was standing on line to vote" ?
it's an east-coast thing. very common.
I hear ya,,, I got no problem wit dat, I'm just referring to his hypocracy n shit
Curmudgeon fits for his shitty command of the language, I think you meant a word with the opposite meaning. Stickler?
Either way he's said "COULD care less" a million times, so, yeah, he iz be retard.
Prediction for Sunday, December 8, 2013 in New Orleans:
Cam Newton's gonna run over them like he's carrying a stolen televsion.
That is standard east coast vernacular... Everyone I know including myself say that.
That's only a New York City/Long Island thing- I've lived in CT & Mass and never have heard ONE person say "standing ON line" ever...
It was annoying as shit pre-internet, and now it's an even more ludicrous phrase.
Throw in new Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania and you may be on to something.
agreed. I'm from CT and nobody says that...mostly because it doesn't make any sense.
I am from Boston and I use both interchangeably, wgaf
Today Howard said he wants to get an English tutor because he never learned to speak with proper grammar. He went on to say his wife is an English major and her mother was an English teacher.
notice how he never refers to her as an "english graduate."
who gives a shit what she majored in during her short tenure at university? does that make her, or anyone else, an expert?
According to 3/4 of America, they are wrong.
Hope the link works I'm on my phone.
Ahh fuck. The link may not work. "In-line" is right "on-line" is ghey.
He could CARE LESS about standing ON line, but WHO KNOWS?
I gotta say, only Bubba the Love Sponge massacres the English language worse than the Wig. I listen to R&B DJs who are more articulate.