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Question: What is the plural form of "LEGO"? Is it LEGO? Or LEGOs?
Answer: LEGO is a trademark name and not a noun. So, the correct plural would be "LEGO bricks".
It`s a trademark name, so you`re not supposed to pluralize it... but tough, people have... you step on a LEGO in bare feet, but you clean a pile of LEGOs up off the floor. Who has a pile of LEGO? Or come play with my LEGO...creepy sounding.
I`m now really interested in this difference of when you add an "s" to things thou. I understand that sheep and deer are special, as well as mouse and mice. But if I see Max, Buster, and Spot in the yard, I don`t say I`ve got dog in my yard. They`re dogs!
If I discovered a new animal, and named one of them Kipabicu, what would everyone assume the plural is?
Pssh. Who here does there mathS homework? Mr. and Mrs. stupid extra s`s! :-P
Math is plural by concept and doesn`t need an s, you can`t do math without more than one thing, otherwise it`s just looking at a thing, not math.
And Sport? Where is the f*cking s? Are Football, cricket, and rugby all the same sport? NO! Therefore you have sportS. Plural. As in more than one kind needing to be described.
So I suggest you guys move THAT s where it belongs and leave our LEGOS alone! :-P
C: "AHHHHHHHHHHHH! WHO LEFT THE GOD DAMN EFFIN` LEGO BRAND BRICKS OR TOYS, © 2005 The LEGO Group. All rights reserved., ON THE FLOOR !?!?!?!?!"
1: Stop stretching the screen on every page.
2: Who cares, Call it whatever you want.
I say Legos. I don`t say, "Someone stole my Lego." It sounds like they stole one lego.
"Wanna play with my lego?" Sounds perverted
I say legos. It sounds plural that way.
"Oh and why is this a, "Let`s make fun of Americans" thing...I`m American and I`ve never criticized any of you guys!!! :(I don`t know who started the Legos thing but that`s all I`ve known so that`s what I call them."
Technically, I`m not -criticizing- you, but it`s the truth; all of the americans on this comment board think it`s "always been `legos`", and all of the europeans and austrlians and me (a canadian) think that it should be "lego". So we have a reason to criticize you, because "lego" is the correct spelling.
Calling them "Legos" seems just so wrong to me. Whenever I see people do this I think it makes them look ignorant of what they SHOULD be called :-D
by `we` you mean people who lived in England hundreds of years ago, right?
let`s see...Shakespeare didn`t write with fancy words, he wrote with the common language of the time.You want to say you haven`t massacred a few thousand words in your time then I want to hear some "It hath been named DICTION by those powers whom we answer to, the country of I and my brethren hath created an oh so melodious method for thou to speakest with, with every ounce of strength that resides in the mortal container for my soul, I beggest ye to make use of it..."
nice icon btw mike
(btw i know the word LEGO is danish so don`t bother flaming)
English:---------Ebonics:we were ---------we waSthey go ---------they goeSLego ------------LegoS
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and yeah its lego, lego is the brand name, what they actually are is just building bricks with little bumps on so they all fit together. now wouldn`t it be easier to say "who left the building bricks with little bumps on so they all fit together on the floor?" ??
You are walking barefoot thru your living room when you step onto the above mentioned toy. Do you scream:
A: "AHHHHHHHHHHHH! WHO LEFT THE GOD DAMN EFFIN` LEGOS ON THE FLOOR!?!?!?!"B: "AHHHHHHHHHHHH! WHO LEFT THE GOD DAMN EFFIN` LEGO BRICKS ON THE FLOOR!?!?!?!"C: "AHHHHHHHHHHHH! WHO LEFT THE GOD DAMN EFFIN` LEGO BRAND BRICKS OR TOYS, © 2005 The LEGO Group. All rights reserved., ON THE FLOOR !?!?!?!?!"D: "LEGO MY EGGO!"
And remember, this is for posterity, so be honest.
Take that lego