Originally Posted by Adams Immersive
As for the plural... "most Lego fans" use "Lego" to refer to one OR more blocks? Really? Most? Most would say, "I have three red Lego left?" No.
You can say "I have three fish." Saying "I have three Lego" is ridiculous. I will continue to pluralize "Legos" according the predominant conventions of the English language (among others) and the actual habits of "most Lego fans." LEGO corporation's opinion on the matter will not influence me, and I don't know why they would even wish to change the use of a plural that has been used for decades and makes total sense
That's why plural is the wrong term. No one uses LEGO as plural. What people do do though is use it as a collective noun - so "this is my lego" not "these are my lego" or "these are my Legos".
And yeah it is opinion not supported but the company that LEGO can be used as a collective noun.
For what it's worth I think I know where Americans found the 'S' that they like to stick on the end of LEGO.
It's the one that belongs at the end of 'maths'.