Stuffs for You!
I've observed that a lot of people use the word "Stuffs" when referring to a bunch of things. As in, "I have so many stuffs in my closet!". Hmmm.
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Did you know that the word "Stuff" is both the singular and plural form of the word when used as a noun? It's sorta like a collective noun. If you're using it as a verb though, you can use the word "Stuffs" if the subject you are referring to is singular. Did that make any sense? Hahaha! It's hard for me to get too technical because I'm not an English major. Hehe! Here are a few examples to help drive my point across:
Incorrect: "All the stuffs in my closet are accumulating dust."
Correct: "All the stuff in my closet are accumulating dust."
Example 1: "He who stuffs his mouth full cannot chew".
If you noticed, the subject in this sentence is "He". It is singular, so we used "stuffs" and not "stuff". It has something to do with subject-verb agreement.
Example 2: "They are ready to stuff their mouths full".
In this example, "They" is the subject of the sentence. It's plural, so "stuff" is used.
So there. I hope that made sense. LOL! Again, I'm no English major. I'm a Psychology graduate, so please let me know if I made any errors in explaining this. Hehe! If you have any clarifications or violent reactions, please post them as a comment. I'd like to hear your thoughts. :)
You can also refer to Dictionary.Com for more information on the topic.