I always have a plan
Alright, I ain’t disagreeing with that.
Yfel ðêah−hwæðere môdsumian, ðêode [should] nâ ymbwendnes. Sorig ymbe ûser hwîl twir¯ædnes.
Now this is an actual novel, but Ryan was involved, so he should know.
“Ain’t” was used commonly to mean “am not” by the upper classes in the nineteenth century, and it was only when the poor caught on that it became unfashionable and vulgar.
Person with the job they’re talking about.
Because everyone involved in animal rights is Peter.
This version is much better.