Did you perhaps mean bring?
- Perhaps by analogy with other strong verbs, but compare also the Old English past participle variant brungen. (Wiktionary)
“But fwhat in the divil's name brung us here in this Gawd-forsaken Nobody's Place?”
“I doubt the word "brung" appears anywhere in Democratic Party rules, let alone the "first rule".”
“He got de police, an 'brung 'em back 'cause he' lowed dey still owed him money.”
“Unlike other Democratic candidates who saw the president's plummeting poll numbers and decided not to ask him to campaign for them, Barrett seems to have decided to stick with the date who "brung" him to the prom.”
“Texas Longhorns coach Darrell Royal liked to say, with who "brung" him.”
“The old political saw says "dance with the ones what brung you," but who "brung" Obama?”
“More of your old hate speech brung from way back when, so ..”
“As the old saying goes "Leave with the one that brung ya.”
“They know when Universal Health Care with a public option is avaialble to all Americans, the Party that brung it will be hailed as leaders for generations to come.”
“Sorry Mr. President, but it is time to dance with the one's who brung ya!”
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