Date: Tue, 8 Feb 1994 16:11:43 -0600
From: Natalie Maynor maynor[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]RA.MSSTATE.EDU
Subject: Bounced Mail
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The enclosed mail file, found in the ADS-L reader and shown under the spoolid
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Date: Mon, 07 Feb 1994 20:21:52 -0500 (EST)
From: "Aaron E. Drews" DREWSA[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]GUVAX.BITNET
Subject: Re: She's All
Subj: She's All
I've enjoyed the informal surveys concerning current usage, so I decided
to do one of my own.
A couple of years ago, my daughter (now a junior in high school) and her
friends started using the phrase "s/he's all" to mean "s/he says" or "s/he
said," when reporting a dialog. For example, an incident might go
something like this:
He's all, "Would you like to go?"
And she's all, "I'll have to check my schedule."
And he's all, "Let me know, okay?"
Interestingly enough, my two older children have never seemed to acquire
Have any of you heard this?
As a matter of fact, another list I'm a part of, one
consisting of several of my high school's alums, there is a member who
quotes messages (as I did with this one) and begins the citation by
writing "So-and-so's all
I don't think I use, but I heard it a lot in my high school,
and my stepsister (a sophomore in high school) constantly uses it.
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Aaron E. Drews drewsa[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]guvax.georgetown.edu
Georgetown University drewsa[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]guvax.bitnet
School of Languages "The better part of a man is
and Linguistics soon ploughed into the soil for
Class of 1996 compost." Henry David Thoreau