So I saw this deal today to get three kebab sandwiches for the price of two. I was like, yeah it's extra but I'll put them in the fridge and eat them later. Well, after eating two I am already tired of them. It was a good deal, but they were basically just plain wrapped in bread, nothing but meat and some onion and a pickle.
@thor It is technically what the word "you" itself means, though that meaning has been lost over time. I come from a region where we say "you guys", although that's strictly plural. I think "y'all" can also be honorific, like speaking to a single person more politely, which is common in many languages.
Usually I don't have too much of a problem identifying most languages I come across. (Of course, there's many I can't identify on my own.) The one that throws me off the most is Basque. Every time I see it, I start reading it and go, "Man, wtf even is this?" One Google search later: "Oh. Basque."