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First: those two are very different. Which one one would ... car" can be used as the past tense of either.

Let's stick with "I ain't got ~~"; at least it's universal.>

Can't get no .. satisfaction
"Daniel James" wrote in message

I gotta get up to date on this stufff. Let's say, for the time being, the "got" form is frequently discouraged in USage.
Let's stick with "I ain't got ~~"; at least it's universal.>

Can't get no .. satisfaction

What do you got* for money?
What do you got for sale?
I don't got no change, so what do you got to boot?

*Freqently alternating with "gots", although that is most often associated with Black US English (streetspeak".
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