According to the Urban Dictionary, the plural of moose is meese and I absolutely agree!
"The real plural of moose. Many people, including the dictionary and English teachers, will attempt to tell you that "meese" is not correct. However, please consider the following:
One goose = goose
One moose = moose
Two+ goose = geese
Two+ moose = meese?
Yes, meese is grammatically correct. Don't let them fool you.
Look at that wild flock of meese!"
mom and dad meese
what could be cuter than a baby moosie?
or is that mooselet :p
When I was little, I had an imaginary friend named Moosie. Moosie went everywhere with me and I carried him by his tail. His long tail. He looked like a monkey, but his name was Moosie. I know this because I drew a picture of Moosie and Me and Moosie was definitely quite monkey-ish.
You'll just have to believe me on this -- I had the drawing in my buffet but for the life of me I cannot now find it. Of course, if you could see inside the drawers of my buffet, you would understand why I cannot find it.
In any case, on one our trips to Colorado we decided to pick up some moose memories and start a collection of sorts.
This is my favorite. He's made of glass and is on a wooden base
that's covered in something to make it shiny
There was information on the artist in the shop where we bought it
and it explained his process....
but of course I don't have that anymore
This is neat -- an etched granite tile
A cute moose couple
and guess who picked it out?
Couldn't be a trip to Vail without buying a mug!
This one is big, and great for hot chocolate...
lots of space for marshmallows!
Chocolate Mousse :)
I cross stitched him a bunch of years ago
and he hangs in my kitchen
This cutie ice skater was a gift.
He comes out at Christmas and helps decorate
Last but not least, Moosie!
He's a Gund and is actually named Moosie on his tag!
He's also Oliver's love....
I have to watch very carefully if Mr. Oliver is around lest we have something going on that we don't want to talk about in mixed company, if you get my drift. :D
So Moosie stays where Oliver can't get him.....
sharing my meese over at Miss Jenny's for Alphabe-Thursday where we are studying the letter M