Ending a sentence with a preposition

From Dryer, Dryer’s English

“Two women are seated side-by-side at a posh dinner party, one a older frosty matron, the other an easygoing Southern gal.

Southern gal, amiably to Frosty Matron: So where y’all from?

Frosty Matron: I’m from a place where people don’t end a sentence with a preposition.

Southern gal, sweetly, after a moment’s hesitation: Ok.  So where y’all from, bitch?


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