Re: Can anyone explain
'irregardless'? It is, apparently, accepted in USAian as meaning the exact same thing as 'regardless'. Maybe they confused it with 'irrespective'? Who knows?
3 posts • joined 8 Sep 2013
I'd be okay with that. By coincidence I was just listening to Dire Straits playing Brothers in Arms - downloaded from Youtube. I could live with pre-86 music (some might say most of the best music was pre-86!). In fact I've found more 70's - 80's music on Youtube in the last six months than in the previous 30 years...
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