cyanstar
He hoit the baby?? Below is a conversation between two women. A: I'm going to leave my husband. B: No, he gonna leave you. You gonna see him out, is all. Stick around, woman. There be a little money. You gonna think he hoit the baby but he dint be doin it. I don't get what 'You gonna think he hoit the baby but he dint be doin it' means. A is pregnant, by the way.
Sep 6, 2018 9:06 AM
Answers · 1
Hi Cyanstar, This is very informal English, difficult even for native speakers to understand. "Hoit" looks like a misspelling of another word: perhaps "hit"? Or it could be "hurt" said in a regional accent.
September 6, 2018
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