Originally Posted by Johro
...I still will not accept "till" as a variant form of "until".
How about if it's only got one L? As in "It wasn't til later that he discovered she had stolen his penis".
Or would you require an apostrophe to be sated? So more like "'There was nothing he could do 'til she returned it after her night out with the girls".
I'll agree that till is not acceptable, but mostly because a till is actually a physical thing. As in "He briefly wondering how much the till would ring up if she decided to pawn it in".
Till as an action referring to a point in time yet to come is, to me, bollocks, and should always be until or 'til. For example: "But until she returned later that that brandishing either the member or a receipt, he decided to put the thought out of his head and use one of his spares he'd hidden from her 'til now."
Originally Posted by MusicallyInspired
Darth, you are by far the most interesting and colourful mod here.
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