Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Deep Thought for the Day

The plural of goose is geese.

The plural of foot is feet.

So how come the plural of moose is not meese?


  1. I dunno...tease the geese?

    Thanks for putting me on your blogroll..I'm FAMOUS now!

  2. Drunken Moose. Jesus, that's weird. But hey, lots of people enjoy the feeling of intoxication. I guess meese can too.

    My ex-husband/asshole had a pair of Bullwinkle houseshoes that he referred to as meese.

  3. Anonymous5:50 PM

    I'm sticking with mooses for moose and cowsies for cow. I have long defied the oppression of conventional grammar rules, and making up my own words is just something I do.

    Heh heh heh... drunken moose. That's a killer! :-)

  4. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Wow. This whole anonymous commenting thing for people without Blogger accounts is kind of liberating! Though flaunting my blatant disregard for grammatical rules in the above post is not quite as sassy without signing my name. I wonder why Blogger doesn't fix that? Dave2 @

  5. Then, of course, I am sure you have heard that the true plural of "meat" is "meep". Which means a whole helluva lotta meat. Not appetizing for you vegetarians, I know, but in Texas, man, you cain't bbq without meep!

  6. Anonymous4:02 PM

    The plural of mouse is mice.

    Thusly, the plural of spouse is spice

    triticale - the wheat / rye guy posting blogger-anonymously but still identifying myself


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