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Anonymous:Hello, I am trying to order personalized shirt for my husband using our last name, the top of the shirt would have the last name with Irish Pub underneath. I want to make sure I put the correct for the last name.
"Mosses" Irish pub?
"Moss" Irish Pub?
If the whole family, i.e., the Mosses, owns the pub, then it's:
In either case you'll need the apostrophe ( ' ).
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