Here is a pot of blueberry mousse. A mousse is a dessert usually based on whipped cream, fruit and gelatin.
This one appears to have some very alternative ingredients:
The words on the pot clearly state ‘Blueberry Mouse’. Really? Would that be complete with droppings?
I feel a temporary but urgent call back to my original vocation as an English teacher. So here, for the benefit of the confused, is a
And finally, particularly for the other person in my household who shall be nameless but should be ashamed of himself, for suggesting this was the correct spelling for a chocolate pudding. THIS is a
(as in the song… ‘there’s a moose in the hoose’?)
And the plural of moose is ???
Moose (just like sheep, you can have one sheep or 3 sheep, you don’t have 3 sheep and one ‘shep’, do you? )
However if you are being silly ‘Mooses’ is acceptable so as August is the ‘silly season’, mooses it is.
(I’m so glad we’ve cleared that up)