Well, that does make sense, even to this 'ole Ozark hillbilly! Yer rite by diny-dangy!!Marr said:Well - even though I have a college education - lol - I was doing it wrong. I had a friend that is a professional editor/proof reader go through my site and it is technically goat's milk with the apostrophe because it is milk that belongs to - or did belong to - a goat. It's possessive.
Don't worry about a thing! I'm glad you asked a professional which way it should be put in print. We all need to laugh at ourselves and others once in a while. I laugh at all my mistakes all the time---well not ALL the time because sometimes I cry!Marr said:Yeah - that came off sounding really bad. I'm sorry. That's why I put the LOL next to it. My point was - all that schooling and I can't even spell goat's milk right! It's soooooo sad. But - it was also 150 YEARS AGO! I don't remember jack.
I agree, it is possessive, but when Soapmaker Man takes possesion of the milk does it not then stop being Goat's Milk & become Soapmaker Man's Milk?technically goat's milk with the apostrophe because it is milk that belongs to - or did belong to - a goat. It's possessive.
Well, in this case, I add goat's milk to my soaps. So it's a goat milk soap. Or a goat's milk soap. From multiple goatsfaithy said:Depends on how it's being used.
Um yeah... ditto.... [/quote]marr said:Oh - and thanks for the info on ground beef. Not sure what I think about that.