For instance, on this page this blogger writes
Happy Father's Day, Steve....and Happy Father's Day to all the father's, dad's, papa's and papas-to-be out there!But if you look at her other entries you'd find she uses apostrophes correctly as far as I've noticed. And while I wouldn't really blink at a sign at the market saying "ORANGE'S", I'd think it unusual if someone were to write "I picked up my dog's from the kennel yesterday" or "my kid's don't like swimming". So does the plural apostrophe denote emphasis? The fact that the pluralized noun is part of a list? Does this tendency not actually exist and I am just imagining things? What do you think?
Edit: Stop telling me it's wrong, guys, I wasn't asking if it was correct :|
Also, Japanese question: what would be a good Japanese translation for "Longhorse"? You know, like Longcat, but Longhorse. Nagaiuma? Nagai-uma? Is that a little too stupid? What would you suggest I name an exceptionally long horse? Fwiw here is the horse in question: http://famicase.com/08/softs/21.jpg