KIWA Marketplace is on KIWA FM 105.3 Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 9:15 am
Call during the program at 712-324-5377, text 712-324-2597, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All items and garage sales called/texted/emailed in will be added to this web page. No real estate, including real estate rentals, and handguns.
Kenmore Dorm Fridge, Good Condition, Works Well, 10 ½” Deep, 18 ½” Wide, And 33″ Tall, $50 Firm. — 712-363-1929
(4) Male Mastiff Poodle Mix Puppies, 8 Weeks Old On January 19, Have Had First Round Of Shots, And Come With A Vet Checkup And Health Record Card, Must Have Financial Ability To Care For A Large Breed Dog. — 712-330-9570 Text Please
Teddy Bear Puppies Ready To Go To Their New Homes. — 712-541-5991
John Deere 3010 Tractor With Wide Front, Cab, Loader Bucket; Jiffy 8″ Gas Ice Auger. — 712-470-0985
Kenmore Stackable Washer & Dryer. — 712-348-5101
Ear Corn By The 5 Gallon Bucket. — 712-441-2047
The contraction “Ya’ll” is widely considered to be slang from the American South, when it was first used there in the mid 1800’s. This is not the only place “Ya’ll” is used, as it is used other places around the globe, including South Africa. The American South is not the first place “Ya’ll” was used, and it is much older than the 1800’s when it showed up in the American South. It was used in dramatic or poetic works dating back to the 17th century and published in London. The earliest “ya’ll” that could be easily found was in a book by William Lisle, published in 1631, where he wrote “and this ya’ll know is true.”