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Question of the Day: Do You Say "Lego" or "Legos?"

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We desperately need you to settle an ongoing debate for us. When you refer to everyone's favorite plastic brick building blocks in the plural form, do you say "Lego" or "Legos?" Lego is technically the correct term-but it sounds weird. I mean "I would like a box of Lego for Christmas" vs. "I would like a box of Legos for Christmas." Words used in the English language that are the same in both the singular and plural form are always awkward-but dammit, this one is important. So we must ask: do you say "Lego" or "Legos?"


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This is the first I've ever heard them referred to as "Lego". Growing up, I always said "Legos". Or, perhaps that should be "Legoes"?