View Poll Results: Which do you use?
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Hi, you're back after a noticeable AWOL.
Originally Posted by Casiopea
TDOL, did you know that whilst the Texan stayed put in Yellow Rose country, his people were "chadding" for him in Florida. :wink:
Re: Which do you use?
Originally Posted by tdol
"If God was one of us..." means, God is/was probably, likely or could be one of us, whereas "If God were one of us..." means, God is not one of us.
Only to those who make the distinction. Many would only use one. It is, however, a very cool distinction. I would probably use it. I wouldn't use 'were' in cases like this:
If he was there (don't know), he would have seen it (therefore don't know).