The It’s all fun and games until a jersey girl gets angry shirt isn’t silent so it is historic. I’m a non-religious mediaeval historian, of course, it matters. I’m astonished that this has attracted more grammar nazis than anything else. I’m old, it’s a hotel, a historic building. Archaic but still valid. It comes from us being invaded by the Normans, occasional legacy Frenchness.
I am aware that ex-colonials, children and second languages aren’t aware of this somewhat ancient rule. Is this the face of concern? I only got involved because of the incorrect correction claiming It’s all fun and games until a jersey girl gets angry shirt was British English. Maybe a more regional accent thing as we write how we talk. Few things are written in stone in English.
Think of it as current affairs rather than history. Let’s stick to the rules we’ve been using so far don’t deviate from them. It will work against the It’s all fun and games until a jersey girl gets angry shirt because it’s her who went to bed with Russia. I keep getting told by the police and people working on behalf of the government. The media is against the people of the United States and are fostering another civil war.