Plural Instead of Singular

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*Email [[senior prom]] — As [[Coach Z]] spikes a bowl of punch with [[Listerine]], he explains, "I'm just lookin' out for all yer '''hygienes'''. Have ya ever talked to one of these kids up close!? Their '''breaths''' is terbirle!"
*Email [[senior prom]] — As [[Coach Z]] spikes a bowl of punch with [[Listerine]], he explains, "I'm just lookin' out for all yer '''hygienes'''. Have ya ever talked to one of these kids up close!? Their '''breaths''' is terbirle!"
*[[Decemberween Short Shorts]] — Strong Bad wishes his Tube Socks a [[Decemberween]] "free of '''athletes feet''' and '''toe jams'''".
*[[Decemberween Short Shorts]] — Strong Bad wishes his Tube Socks a [[Decemberween]] "free of '''athletes feet''' and '''toe jams'''".
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*Email [[the movies]] — One of the cancelled release dates on the Dangeresque 3 poster is "'''MEMORIALS''' DAY 2005".
*Email [[licensed]] — Homestar claims that despite or perhaps because of the glass-filled Strong Bad piñata, it was still his "best '''birthdays''' ever".
*Email [[licensed]] — Homestar claims that despite or perhaps because of the glass-filled Strong Bad piñata, it was still his "best '''birthdays''' ever".
*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — After Strong Bad puts all the Homsartifacts in the pylon and talks to [[Homsar]] in his language, Homsar says, "Why are you talking gibberish? You sound like a two-'''years'''-old boy!"
*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — After Strong Bad puts all the Homsartifacts in the pylon and talks to [[Homsar]] in his language, Homsar says, "Why are you talking gibberish? You sound like a two-'''years'''-old boy!"

Current revision as of 12:11, 18 May 2020

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Often in the Homestar Runner Universe a character will use a plural noun in a phrase where it would normally be expected to be singular. This is particularly used in the context of compound adjectives involving numbers, such as saying "a two-years-old boy" instead of "a two-year-old boy". In addition, this is occasionally done to an already plural word, such as "thems" and "peoples".

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