Friday, 8 May 2009
10:59:24 PM (GMT)
Underwear. There’s nothing strange about that word, is there? No, not
what you know of. Have you ever thought of a “Pair of Underwear”? Not
pervertedly, the words themselves.
Don’t get it yet? Think of it, a Pair means “Two”. Like a Pair of
“earrings” or “socks”. What’s wrong with a pair of underwear? It’s
meaning only one. But when you say anything else as a pair it’s Two, besides the
fruit. What makes Underwear different? Because it lacks an ‘S’? No, a “Pair of
Sheep”. Still, means two but it has no ‘S’ so it can’t be that.
That’s my question. Why is a pair of Underwear not meaning two?
If anyone knows this answer, please tell me and be logical.
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