Andrey (azangru) wrote,

I know about the old argument about the objective case of pronouns in phrases like "X and me" (used to be considered ungrammatical; now regarded so only by the most rabid of schoolmistresses); but then I suddenly became aware that they also use the objective case when marking actors/speakers (such as in jokes, or in the example below — from Sapolsky's Behave):


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