Is you'll also valid in the context of this video? Or is viper just setting new rules down in the English language?
I generally hear y'alls's used as the possessive form, but I have also heard yourn. Since y'all is a colloquial pronoun, its possessive form is basically liberated from prescriptive linguistics which ...
I've seen it spelled both ways. Are both correct?
It is my understanding that the contraction y'all was considered correct American English in times past. At what point was this word removed from valid American English?