I don't really use the phrase "Oh my God," but I will say "God damn it," "Goddess damn it," "Gods damn it," or "God, sigular or plural, male or female, existant or nonexistant, damn it" depending on how I feel.
CAN'T A BROTHER GET A LITTLE PEACE?
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Maybe this will help you:I see it as "Neophallic Irreligions," and I've decided I like it better that way.
Fair enough, but I'm having trouble comprehending exactly what a "Neophallus" is.
I conceed, good sir, to your superior liguistic knowledge.I thought that "ye" and "thee" were the plural forms of "you" and "thou," respectively. Or perhaps we are thinking of the laguage at different point of time?
"Ye" and "you" were the plural forms of "thou" and "thee". "Ye" and "you", however, could be used as formal singular pronouns.
So, into modern English:
Thou - you
Thee - you (accusitive)
Ye - you (formal)
You - you (formal accusitive)
Ye - y'all
You - y'all (accusitive)