one, two, three, many
many-one, many-two, many-three, many-many. many-many-one, many-many-two, many-many-many many-many-many-one, many-many-many-two, many-many-many-three, LOTS.
lots-many, lots-many-many, lots-many-many-many, lots-lots lots-lots-many, lots-lots-many-many, lots-lots-many-many-many, lots-lots-lots lots-lots-lots-many, lots-lots-lots-many-many, lots-lots-lots-many-many-many, MANY-LOTS
many-lots-lots, many-lots-lots-lots, many-lots-lots-lots-lots, many-many-lots. many-many-lots-lots, many-many-lots-lots-lots, many-many-lots-lots-lots-lots, many-many-many-lots, many-many-many-lots-lots, many-many-many-lots-lots-lots, many-many-many-lots-lots-lots-lots, LOADS.
In conclusion, I have: many-many-lots-lot-three **interests**
many-many-many-lots-one **friends**
lots-lots-lots-many-many-many-two **communities**. lots-lots-many-many **feeds**.
Uh, I think. |

viridiansteely_glintinnerbratrowanberries<3

sumerianhazebentley(lol two-many)

bentleysleightofhandNo, because one-one would be two (one plus one) but you already have two.

ryanthewatchernepheliadkomos...or zero. Never did figure that one.

Better, he determined size by holding up a thumb and comparing it to whatever it was he saw. If it was smaller than his thumb, it was hardly worth noticing, but if it was bigger, he decided it was HUGE. Of course, this meant that the tiny lizard was a dragon he had seen from afar, and the deadly, dangerous GIANT was actually his cousin who had been standing frighteningly close to him when he took he measure.

It made for a fun day.

sleightofhandBut if that's true then there's a whole bunch of numbers missing on here... It would mean that after "lots" comes lots-one, lots-two, lots-three and then lots-many, and then lots-many-one etc between lots-many and lots-many-many. This would make many-lots 64, and loads 256.

If we assume there are no numbers missing here then it's a completely different counting system, and much more complicated, as "many" will have various values. See for example the fact that you have "lots-many" coming right after "lots" - this would mean that "lots-many" is equal to 17 (as it's right after "lots" = 16) which would mean that suddenly "many" is equal to one ("lots-many" = 16+1 = 17) instead of 20 ("lots-many" = 16+4 = 20).

Actually we must be on the same page because your numbers at the bottom add up to mine. Aha!

<3 Troll counting.

innerbratThe first and second count ones.

The third manys.

The fourth lotses.

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