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Joined: July 12, 2012
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So, we can pick our own poison for pluralizing "Don't" (I may just start using Don'tses.)
What about "Do's"? It's not a missing letter, it doesn't end in an S. It ends up being a pronunciation guide.
Chris B.: I like DOs and DON'Ts, but if I'm writing a headline in all caps, then "DOS AND DON'TS FOR WALKING IN NEW YORK CITY," it looks like I'm talking about an operating system.
July 12, 2012, 10:41am
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