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ANYWAYS IS BAD GRAMMAR!

I’m getting sick and tired of everyone using the slang word “Anyways”. It’s very bad grammar to use this constantly, and it really annoys me after a while. I don’t think it should ever be used, but if you are to use it, it should only be used to change the topic.

Example: (This is a conversation that Sally is having with John in front of John’s friends)

Sally Hi John, I really think you look cute in that pink G-String you were wearing last night.

John ANYWAYS, how are you guys enjoying this warm weather?

Even then it’s still bad grammar, but more acceptable. It’s very difficult to find a movie/song or book that uses the word “Anyways”, so why should we accept this bad grammar in our daily dialogue?

Say ANYWAY! ANYWAY!