Earlier this week, in a category of Better 2-Letter (two-letter words), one clue was "It's the objective case of we".
No one got it. (It's "us".) Worse: no one rang in. They were all afraid to try.
Isn't that what they call it in schools, the objective case? That's all over the Internet. Maybe the object case would have helped them? Was it the word "case"? If it had read "the object(ive) form", would someone have thought they knew it?
This is really stunning. I don't know what was going on there.