“Then I would speak to your sons teacher to be watching for behavior changes in yous son after recess and breaks to log them for you in a notebook and send the book home everyday.”
“But, I say "-- and anguish again settled on his brow --" wot am I to call yous?”
“Well, I'll call yous Major an 'Captin," he declared, at length.”
“Besides, in these short-attention-span, 24/7 news cycle times, the professionals who really do control the information do it much better than all the other "yous" ever will.”
“And WE -- all those Time Magazine "yous" will collectively and heroically be the victors in a future that will be much, much better than what we have today.”
“In English, we make no distinction of singular or plural "yous," except in regionalisms y'all, youse.”
“Also, anyone who says "yous" as a plural form of "you" in Cape Breton would seem just as ignorant as if they said it anywhere else.”
“There are too many 'yous' and 'yours' in it; you ought to say 'one' now and then, to make it seem more like good writing.”
“There aren't many 'yous' in the 'you're' I'm referring to.”
“I think what happened is the balance tipped into a spot where I missed all these "yous" so much, so intensely, so all-over-my-body like, that when just one more person I would have to miss like that was shot into that spot it just overflowed, and the power of that has made me too sad to be anything but totally alert and happy all the time.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘yous’.
Australianisms & other Oz-related vocabulamary.
I had a prof in undergrad who referred to students' "fairy dress" words -- terms picked up in the first throes of learning theory that students wore out in inappropriate places, like a small child ...
Looking for tweets for yous.