2. Multiple gooseberries in one large group. Eg. in a goup of 6 talking at a table, two sets of people on the lengths of the table can be talking with the two people at either end not talking. Thus there is two gooseberries.
There is no limit to how many gooseberries there can be as any number of people can be singled out
In america, I think you call it a third wheel.
Hyde and Jackie : No Kelso. Go away.
Kelso : But... I wanna hang out with you guys!
Hyde : Don't make me poke you in the eye!
Hyde to Jackie : Now we can finally make out without that gooseberry watching us!