It is also used as a subjunctive, esp in conditional sentences
Usage: Were, as a remnant of the past subjunctive in English, is used in formal contexts in clauses expressing hypotheses (if he were to die, she would inherit everything), suppositions contrary to fact (if I were you, I would be careful), and desire (I wish he were there now). In informal speech, however, was is often used instead
I don't really care about the correct usage of were and "we're" to be honest, the whole point of the post is that Liverpool fans do deserve their reputation.
Originally Posted by Roy no wait Rigor
No it doesn't
1. Everyone knows Pot isn't a drug
2. People don't get addicted to pot
Don't worry kids, if the police ever pull over to try and fine you for smoking cannabis just tell them it isn't a drug.