- 2 or more
- 3 or more
Sunday morning meanderings…
So we are a 2 cat family. This morning I see my wife and son sitting on the couch, watching TV, each with a cat in their laps. I say, “awww, you guys have all the cats!” My know-it-all son, 15 going on 45, says “you can’t say ‘all’ with only 2 of something, it has to be at least 3!” I rejoin, “we have 2 cats, 2 cats are on the couch with you and your mom, therefore, ipso facto, you have ALL the cats!
Please help us settle this grammar / usage crisis; it’s tearing our family apart!