Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by W0RIO, Feb 22, 2019.
WRONG. It's either "you's" or "you guys"
Using normal rules, "You's" would synonymous with 'your.' 'Yous' is simply redundant as 'you' is already plural.
'You guys' or 'you all' or even "y'all" at least make syntactic and grammatical sense.
I don't know when it started, but it was common in the late 1950's when 11 meters was still a ham band.
That's what we thought. We'll have to check with us, and they'll all get back to you
It's nothing more t
It's nothing more than poor grammar and/or a very bad habit.
We did, yes. And we readily admit it.
But, without VE's, would you be a ham radio operator? Some would, but, would you?
In my neck of the woods, weuns (we uns)and youuns (you uns) is common vernacular. Please add those to your list. I don't use the terms and cant find the terms online or in the dictionary so, I may not have spelled either correctly.
When I hear someone (and it's common) say winder (as in open the window) I quickly look for an exit door.
There was NEVER too much LSD in the 60's.
Come to Fluffya and learn the langwitch .
yuze - plural of you, but used in singular
yooz - alladem
yizz - a more formal adaptation of yuze, as in "Watty yizz think bout the Semi-Sixers in the playoffs?"
yizzle - yuze will, as in "Yizzle be comin' over tonight, won'tchizz?"