Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Madeline, Sep 12, 2010.
A person does not "go to the grocery store". They "go grocery".
What the fuck are you babbling about?
n. pl. gro·cer·ies
1. A store selling foodstuffs and various household supplies.
2. groceries Commodities sold by a grocer.
Looks like a noun to me!
What if you say you are getting groceries? Wouldn't it be a noun then?
To me that conjures up an image of a bag boy going nuts....like instead of "go postal", they "go grocery".
T'aint a noun in upstate New York, the epicenter of the English language. Shove over, xotoxi.
Nobody gets "groceries". They get "things". As in:
I have to go grocery again, damnit. I forgot a few things.
If you are in upstate NY, then you go to Wegmans.
Haven't been there in forty years. I think I went to the A & P.
Separate names with a comma.