Chomsky (1957): Our relationship is due for a transformation.
Chomsky (1965): I know everything seems fine on the surface, but deep down we just aren’t right for each other.
Chomsky and Halle (1968): We just don’t seem to work in the same environment.
Chomsky (1986): I can see barriers to any future movement for us.
Greenberg (1963): With overwhelmingly greater than chance frequency you and I do not occur together.
Labov (1966): You’re out of my class.
Lakoff (1987): You’re dangerous, it’s like playing with fire.
Prince and Smolensky (1993): *FAITHFULNESS (from)
I just feel tense and stressed ‘round you.
You’re okay, but you’re always bound to your Auntie Cedant, and she really PRO-vokes me.