MY LANDLORD AND HIPHOP

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DI TICHA

Village Elder
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All over a sudden, My Landlord today anaskiza Hiphop and playing it at Full Blast...

Hit Song he's been Playing over and Over again ni *BITCH BETTER HAVE MY MONEY*...then kanamalizia loudly na words zake *AND YOU TOO NIGGAZ....Woooo...haaaaa*....

Am not Sure but today being 1st Sept, i think there's a strong message being passed here.....
 

gashwin

Village Chief
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All of a sudden or all of the sudden
The official phrase approved by dictionaries is all of a sudden. The phrase dates back to Shakespeare in The Taming of the Shrew, though oddly the variant all of the sudden was in print six years before Shakespeare.

The word sudden itself means at once or without warning, and all of a sudden is a long way to say suddenly, they are interchangeable. Grammatically speaking there is little difference between using the article a or the. However, dictionaries side with Shakespeare.

Another archaic version of the idiom is on a sudden.

Side note: Sudden also has the nominal derivative of suddenness.
 

WuTang

Village Chief
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All of a sudden or all of the sudden
The official phrase approved by dictionaries is all of a sudden. The phrase dates back to Shakespeare in The Taming of the Shrew, though oddly the variant all of the sudden was in print six years before Shakespeare.

The word sudden itself means at once or without warning, and all of a sudden is a long way to say suddenly, they are interchangeable. Grammatically speaking there is little difference between using the article a or the. However, dictionaries side with Shakespeare.

Another archaic version of the idiom is on a sudden.

Side note: Sudden also has the nominal derivative of suddenness.
I knew you were going to do that. :D:D
 
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All of a sudden or all of the sudden
The official phrase approved by dictionaries is all of a sudden. The phrase dates back to Shakespeare in The Taming of the Shrew, though oddly the variant all of the sudden was in print six years before Shakespeare.

The word sudden itself means at once or without warning, and all of a sudden is a long way to say suddenly, they are interchangeable. Grammatically speaking there is little difference between using the article a or the. However, dictionaries side with Shakespeare.

Another archaic version of the idiom is on a sudden.

Side note: Sudden also has the nominal derivative of suddenness.
Hehehe,hii ya Di Ticha ni gani?
 
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