Hehe, yeah, I found out
but I guess it's just because we denote that by not using the apostrophe, and I'm used to just seeing the apostrophe used to shorten stuff like I'm, he's, you're and it's - thus thinking that "Singer's Creations" could be read as "Singer is Creations"...
Any how, I know now it's not that way, and according to the old saying ["You learn every day you live"], I'm still alive
Further reading I did on this, just cuz I got curious can be found here:
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/ ... apost.html
Well, I'm off to bed now, so goodnight to anyone
and if the old chinese saying* is right, I'm glad I'm sleeping alone tonight!
*) The saying is said to go: "It doesn't matter if you sleep with your ass to the wall, if you sleep with your mouth open"