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    The plural form of Mickey Mouse

    I heard that, in a movie called "Frozen", there are some hidden Mickey Mouse.

    In the above sentence, I think "Mickey Mouse" should be plural. How would you write it? Mickey Mice? Mickey Mouses? Mickeys Mouse?

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    Re: The plural form of Mickey Mouse

    I would say "Mickey Mouses." "Mickey Mice" just seems wrong, probably because it is a proper name and not just a description of a small rodent.

    "Mickeys Mouse" is incorrect.

    You could avoid it all by saying that there are some hidden images of Mickey Mouse.

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