Most Recent Jumbotweetshttp://jumbotweet.com/Most recent Jumbotweets on Jumbotweet.com.en-usomysunshine 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-179900http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-179900In British English, you can either say 'I wish I was’ or 'I wish I were', which is rather formal. In American English, you should say 'I wish I were'. Also, "I wish i was" is most commonly heard/found in teenagers' conversations as well as in songs, but in today's natural usage based on "Descriptive Grammar (DG)", both are naturally used and are as well acceptable. However, here is another pointjumbotweetSat, 10 Jun 2017 19:22:48 -0400