|Double negatives etc. 15:38 - Dec 23 with 793 views||Daniel|
A guy at work is rather hot on his grammar and it got me thinking about how poorly constructed some football chants are. The first one that springs to mind is: "You've never won f*ck all". Does that mean you've won loads?
|Double negatives etc. on 16:28 - Dec 23 with 780 views||Leadbelly|
The version I tend to use is "F**k all, you're gonna win f**k all" Point out current inadequacies rather than remind them of former success.
|Double negatives etc. on 16:40 - Dec 23 with 780 views||Barsidepete|
I didn't see nothing.
I cannot say I do not disagree with you -- Groucho Marx
|Double negatives etc. on 19:55 - Dec 23 with 759 views||BFG|
I met the guy who originated them in the supermarket recently. He was buying "I can't believe it's not butter".
Wonder what he thought he was buying
|Double negatives etc. on 20:30 - Dec 23 with 751 views||wessex_exile|
George Bush's "they misunderestimated me" has to be up there with the best?
|Double negatives etc. on 16:52 - Dec 30 with 677 views||Leadbelly|
Not much Bush said is worth remembering (for the right reasons at least) but I think it was him who said, in respect of the French, "they're always there when they need you".