I know what you mean, but here I'm referring to the parents as a group (1. The guy 2. His parents), so I think either is correct.All of you should be comfortable with the decisions made, even though it may not be exactly as
eitherany (either refers to two - either this or that - and there are three people.) of you want.
Such a stupid mistake! I must have mistyped.you still depend on them and
In the original post, I forgot the "s" in "Thanks"
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