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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Hooked, 28/2/18.
''Wired and wireless keyboards and mouses were available from brands like...''
Sounds OK to me @ARYANTO but I'm clearly missing something otherwise you wouldn't have posted it. I must be having a Senior Moment. Do enlighten me!
Someone describing what it's like to have the Corona virus:
Do people need to have the meaning of "breathe" explained to them?
This is from an article about Oman. So reducing number of employees to 30% improves productivity and efficiency - hmmm interesting. Perhaps SA should follow suit.
1 Mouse = mouse
5 mouses = mice
Does it come with the plant in the right corner?
"Mice" when one refers to the rodent, but I think "mouses" is used when referring to the computer. I'm not sure about that - perhaps someone who is in the computer field could comment here.
I think that in computer speak it’s referred as 1 x mouse and many x missus... Duh
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ok, ok - have your computer mouses
''In computer terms, a mouse is a corded or wireless device that moves your computer's cursor while you move the mouse. In most cases, the plural of mouse is "mice," but more than one computer mouse can also be called "mouses."
I really hope there is no plural of this:
but if there is, what would it be? Mice or mouses?
Haha, so many nice memes, guys! Thank you for sharing
Marx my words, these will come in handy as masks.
This was posted on FB and it is apparently at Checkers, Gordons Bay