The other day I started looking for the time of this sentence, I ended up wondering if it is right. I believe I've seen it in some literature, possibly in a movie, but I don't remember the scene or the context it was inserted on, maybe the character was stressed and the phrase would be to show its stress and nervousness.
My first question is: Is the sentence correct? If so, please, can you tell some context in which it is appropriate to use and, finally, which time does it represent?.
The phrase would be "haven't have had". Below is a sample of its use I found on the internet.
Television is an important product of the Electronic industry YET increasingly difficult to sell ( We haven't have had any 'easy' sales on television yet).