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LOL you really think "ain't gonna do anything" is correct English? You may want to head back to school for some literacy lessons, for future reference, the correct way of saying/writing it would be "aren't going to do anything." Gotta love the irony of this thread.
 

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"Exposes himself". If English is your native language but you can't speak it properly, then someone should correct you.
 

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well "ain't" and "gonna" aren't technically words I think. Not that I'm a professional grammar king or something.

People who call people out for grammar are usually people who are losing arguments on the internet, anyways.
 

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Ain't isn't a proper word. It's slang. Owens was right, as usual.
 

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So OP was the exposed guy?

Just admit Owens owned you on twitter and you tried to save some face here.
 

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This is a rants thread to be honest.
 

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Why are you defending Owens? He either was wrong or he corrected slang, which is stupid.
No he was right, "ain't" and "gonna" aren't "slang" they're incorrect abbreviations. Essentially you came here and posted a thread saying "Owens exposed himself he corrected somebody who was right!" So in effect you just "exposed" yourself as somebody with poor English/literacy skills as you didn't even know that "ain't gonna" is bad English. I was very impressed.
 

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I'm sure Kevin Owens is gonna, sorry,...going to...have sleepless nights over this.

A heel getting underneath peoples skin though. How novel.
 

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So OP exposed himself for trying to expose someone. L
 
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No he was right, "ain't" and "gonna" aren't "slang" they're incorrect abbreviations. Essentially you came here and posted a thread saying "Owens exposed himself he corrected somebody who was right!" So in effect you just "exposed" yourself as somebody with poor English/literacy skills as you didn't even know that "ain't gonna" is bad English. I was very impressed.
Urban Dictionary says it's slang. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=ain't
 
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