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In our neck of the woods (which is really just in our house) the plural of moose is mooses.
And isn't many mouses called meeses? LOL
And why aren't limes called greens or lemons called yellows if oranges are orange?
David is running low on witTo offer up this moldy bit.Goose - geese,Moose - meese,A child could answer that query, Even so, I do admit, that English can be scary.Do you know why people throw so many fits? Because they never come in the correct size.
Ok, I know this isn't very good, but If a man gooses a woman more than one time does that make him a geeser? Thanks for visiting Raven's Nest.
I have thought that many times.I also love what jeff b said :-)
Hahaha!!! I love this one.
The real question is can you eat them and how do they taste?
Ha Ha Ha.... typical me !!And I am with Jeff B.An off track- My young cousin bro used to say "Good, gooder, goodest"
Maybe! But I known that more than one mouse are meeses! So says Mr. Jinx of cartoon fame.
We have a strange tongueSo much of its wrong!If gooses are geese But mooses aren't meese,Mouses are miceHouses not hice!What do we do with more than one rat?More than one puss cat or more than one bat?It just don't make sense to put on an ess!The English word endings, are any one's guess!
No silly, meese is plural for mouse. EVERYBODY knows that! ;P
I know nothing about animalsAnd I'm not Doctor SuessBut the one thing I knowIs you should not goose a moose.
Of course.What cartoon character was it that used to say, "I hate meeses to pieces."? I forget.
Hmmm... and since baby geese are "goslings", should there also be "moslings"?
If you "choose" more than once,Is it 'cheese'?As Austin Power's 'fazha' said, "easy peasy lemon squeezy"I think that's my final answer to your query!
Ahh I see what you meant...and I still love meeses to pieces!Sandi
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