A plural of emoji - linguistically speaking

The linguistics behind a plural form of “emoji” This is a fascinating account of count and non-count nouns – and how they’re assimilated into English: An example is “water,” which has no plural form. To count water, you must refer…

Doge linguistics. Many learnings. Very thinking. Wow

Such thinkings: A minimal doge utterance contains at least two but often three 2-word doge phrases, followed by a single-word doge phrase (most commonly wow). Additional phrases and variants can be added, especially for the sake of cultural references, such…