Just so you know "irregardless" isn't a word - you just mean "regardless".

@dheadshot @Gargron I get where you are coming from (and I agree) but that's a battle I think is already lost


I've only heard it used twice before: once by a Canadian in jest and once by George W Bush. Maybe it's an American thing?

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