Wednesday, September 14, 2005
just throwing this out, as i don't know the answer. i don't know why i even thought of it, but:
for every other part, or limb of the human body, you have the singular, then the plural. for instance:
one eye; two eyes.
one arm; two, or both arms.
a shoulder; two, or both shoulders.
one elbow; two elbows. etc.
one leg; two legs.
one ankle, two, or both ankles.
but why, when it comes to the foot, do you have one foot and two feet?
i'm using foots from now on to describe two feet until i find out.
anyone know the answer to this, or can give another example of the human body?
i'm off to five, now to see ltj bukem. see ya :)