Good Question Bonus: Email(s), Bodies Of Water, Deer Crossings & Men’s CoatsThanks to everyone who sent in Good Question suggestions this week! Please keep them coming! In the meantime, I wanted to answer a few that didn’t make air. Rosy has a question I’ve never thought about before: Why do people put an "s" on the end of email, as in emails? We don't say we are going to pick up our snail mails from the post office. Good point, Rosy. I looked up the definition of email in the dictionary and found three definitions – two for nouns and one for a verb.
Postal Service Cuts Mean Actual 'Snail' MailThe Postal Service is broke and on Monday, they'll unveil a temporary fix, which means your cards and letters are going to show up later.