I'm sure there's a previous rant on the subject here but I want one of my own, dammit!
Listen up people, as far as I am aware the only legitimate use of an apostrophe to create a plural is in the case of decades, for instance 70's and 80's. Even then it annoys me because it's unnecessary.
The plural of wife is wives. I'm looking at you Verbout.
The plural of turbo is turbos. Here I'm looking at just about everyone posting in the tech lounges.
The plurals of CD and DVD are CDs and DVDs. Take note various on-line hawkers of music and film. Some commercial websites read like they were written by an English GCSE failure.
I find possessive apostrophe abuse (their/there/they're, its/it's etc.) annoying all right but not to the same extent. Making plurals in English is generally so trivial I just cannot understand why so many otherwise erudite people get it wrong so often.
Perhaps we could have a new smiley to be used to shame an apostrophe-abusive post and attempt to save our beautiful language from corruption.