Lunch during the first week is often a troublesome proposition. It's all too easy to get stuck in one's consultant cocoon, never branching out or making new discoveries. I'm glad I didn't get stuck in that trap. Had I never ventured to ZAZA Fine Salad + Wood Oven Co with two client developers, I never would have been introduced to the singular form of "y'all."
|Kyle Kyle||So what kind of music do y'all like?|
|Me||I think the team probably all likes different kinds of music.|
|Kyle Kyle||I know different people like different kinds of music. I'm asking what kind of music y'all like.|
|Me||Oh. Uh. What?|
DISCLAIMER In the interest of representing both sides of the story, Kyle Kyle claims to have never said the above and that y'all's singular form doesn't exist. That's not how the other two passengers remember it, however, and I now believe the elusive singular form of y'all to exist.
NOTE Our team consists of two Kyles. The project manager differentiated them early on by naming one "Kyle" and the other "Kyle Kyle"
Fun Fact ZAZA's has some tremendous gelato.