Has anyone encountered the future pluperfect before??
I knew a dishonest landlord who knew a dishonest constable. She hadn't yet served a deadbeat tenant with legal notice, but she said "don't worry, I will had done it!"
By this she meant that in the future she planned to have the dishonest constable backdate the records to show he had already been served on time, meaning yesterday.
Are there any other instances of this, or did she just invent a totally new tense useful for landlords, tax preparers, accountants, cheating schoolboys, etc.?