Thought this might be a difficult subject for some of the contributors so I've taken the liberty
in posting some dictionary info for easier head-scratching.
doesn't mean post on Tue
two, noun, pl. twos, adjective.
noun 1. one more than one; 2.
Ex. Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead (Benjamin Franklin).
2. a set of two persons or things.
Ex. Count the class by twos.
3. a playing card, throw of the dice, domino, or a billiard ball or other playing piece, with two spots or a "2" on it; deuce.
adj. one more than one; 2.
expr. in two, in two parts or pieces.
Ex. At its full stretch as the tough string he drew, Struck by an arm unseen, it burst in two (Alexander Pope).
expr. put two and two together, to form an obvious conclusion from the facts.
Ex. Putting two and two together ... it was not difficult to guess who the expected Marquis was (Thackeray).
Don't be afraid to be different than the pack.