• I, box of toothpicks, box of matches
• Cry me a River
Corn on the cob
• Linda Joy
"800 kernels The number of kernels per ear can vary from 500 to about 1,200. A typical ear has about 800 kernels, according to corn experts. Imagine how many kernels are found in an acre of corn!"
• Many is relative. And don't get me started on the relatives! In a classroom 30 students is many. But if that class is elelmentary P.E. the number is about 100! But if we're talking about a toothache one is too many! Things that are many people on earth, germs, grains of sand, examples of many! haha
• More than two (as that is a "couple")
• too nnany
• A lot, such as a box of paper clips.
• More than some
• My hubby used to use the expression TNTC Too numerous to count. He told me it was an official medical term. However I can't prove that.
• If I try to count the number of the thing that is there and cannot do so within a few seconds, than I say "many." So, I suppose it depends on how the things are organized. If there are seven rows of seven each plus one extra, then I can quickly do the mental mathematics 7x7+1 = 50. However, 50 in a heap is "many."