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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by duckmounter, Mar 29, 2012.
Boy ,,,,, Those are both nice bucks!
I only see two. I thought three or more made a few. HAHA, looking good.
I believe 2 is "a couple", 3 to 5 is " some" 5 to 10 is "a few", 10 to 20 is "quite a few", 20 to 100 is " a lot", and 100 or more is "tons of". Hope that clears up the con fusion there.
couple = two
few = three
some = four
several = five
many = >six
Personally, I use a couple for 2, a few for 3, but beyond that its easier to just count. I NEVER understood a bakers dozen, although as kid I didnt complain about one extra... .
Bruce, nice heads.
Talk about the classic pronghorn. Beautiful.
Many years ago I did several, but the last couple I did a few.