Hm. When I was growing up (and I'm almost 23), everyone I knew referred to the plural of 'Lego' as 'Legos'. Basically, 'Lego' in the connotative sense meant, "a single Lego(tm) brick," and so obviously the plural of the connotative word 'Lego' would be 'Legos'.
Basically, all my life, it was always referred to as "playing with Legos," and so that's how I still refer to it.
Then again, the jury is still out on what the plural of 'mouse' (in the computer sense) is. Everyone I know just avoids referring to the plural of mouse-type input devices...
"Is not a quine" is not a quine.
I have a master's degree in science!
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