This unlike any of my other poetry, but was literally a "Shower Thought."

This works for word where the singular form is the same as the plural.

Feel free to show this to your friends.

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This unlike any of my other poetry, but was literally a "Shower Thought."

This works for word where the singular form is the same as the plural.

Feel free to show this to your friends.

by xK.A.Hx01 Jun 2017

First...

The plural of Moose = Moose.

So if M = Moose...

We can say that M = M.

If a plural word is the form of a word describing more than 1 of the corresponding object...

We can say that M + X = M with "X" being the number of moose.

Now...

Subtract "M" from each side of the equation...

Which Gives Us

X = 0

Therefore...

MOOSE DO NOT EXIST!!!!!