Soft Issues - everyone's got 'em

Things humans are good at:

So I'm playing with Microsoft's Visual Studio 2010 and the entity framework. One of the nifty new features I noticed when making a new "ADO .NET Entity Data Model" was the option to "Pluralize or singularize generated object names". The created items then just make more sense and it is a welcome addition.

Never mind the fact that my database table "Octopi" did not translate to "Octopus" as we would all expect. That is an edge case for sure and I don't really use Octopi that much. My issue is how it took my table named "Movies" and ended up with the singular model name "Movy". You could argue that the spelling is kinda cute, but you couldn't argue it is correct.

I'm just saying ...

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