Apparently "theres rel reson" refers to "there's real reason." But the pronunciation of "rel reson" and "real reason" is quite different: /i:/ would be pronounced as /e/ in "rel reson." So I wonder whether farmerman's regional pronunciation prefers /e/ and whether it is acceptable to native English speakers.
civil suits can lead to fraud too. I think I noted that Indictments are probably waiting for this guy.
He needs to go to jail. Remember "LOCK HER UP!!?" Now theres rel reson , just different gender.
Its a test. See if youre smart enuff to detect the hidden meanings of my posts.
Native speakers often jut drop letters and other native speakers "get it" quite easily.
Also, Im too damned lazie to use spell-chek.
Mon 25 May, 2020 10:06 pm
farmerman types with his teeth while he's wrestling with an alligator, most of the time.