6 thoughts on “To each their own

  1. I am often perturbed by this use in written media and am tempted to correct people when they do it when speaking (though I don’t actually do it unless it’s my own children at home). I hope that while this merging of singular and plural has become common usage, it will never be officially sanctioned in grammar texts and well-written documents.

  2. This just in from WordPress. The irony is too perfect not to share. “Howdy. [Name] recently read your post, titled ‘To each their own’ and enjoyed it enough to click the ‘Like’ button. Here is the post they liked [link], and here is their info [URL, etc.]. You might want to see what they’re up to. Perhaps you will like their posts as much as they liked yours.”

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