Definitions of folks on the Web:
o  your parents; "he wrote to his folks every day"

o   folk: people in general (often used in the plural);

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Bill,

Both 'folk' and 'folks' are OK, and the one that rhymes is preferable.

--ED



--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, <billsm...@...> wrote:
>
> Ed,
>
> Below you wrote:
>
> "Different strokes for different folk."
>
> It should be "Different strokes for different folks" so it rhymes.
>
> ...Bill!



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