Plural Instead of Singular

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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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