History YMMV / NaNoWriMo

26th Jul '16 2:54:59 AM WolfThunder
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* HilariousInHindsight - Typos, grammatical errors, and other flubs are lovingly christened as "Nanoisms".

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* HilariousInHindsight - HilariousInHindsight: Typos, grammatical errors, and other flubs are lovingly christened as "Nanoisms".



* {{Padding}} - As mentioned above, there are many, ''many'' ways to inflate one's wordcount without necessarily contributing to one's plot development. Such as:

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* {{Padding}} - {{Padding}}: As mentioned above, there are many, ''many'' ways to inflate one's wordcount without necessarily contributing to one's plot development. Such as:
16th Apr '12 10:12:29 AM EvCarey
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* MemeticMutation: Persimmons and "perma-persimmons" originate from a misspelling of "permissions", meaning to allow independent NaNoers to publish select Nanoisms in print.

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* MemeticMutation: Persimmons and "perma-persimmons" originate from a misspelling of "permissions", meaning to allow independent NaNoers [=NaNoers=] to publish select Nanoisms in print.
16th Apr '12 10:11:58 AM EvCarey
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* MemeticMutation: Persimmons and "perma-persimmons" originate from a misspelling of "permissions", meaning to allow OLL to publish select Nanoisms in print.

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* MemeticMutation: Persimmons and "perma-persimmons" originate from a misspelling of "permissions", meaning to allow OLL independent NaNoers to publish select Nanoisms in print.
15th Apr '12 2:51:58 PM ndboy
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** Not to mention the "plot ninjas" and "plot kittens" that everyone decided they liked better than plot bunnies.

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** Not to mention the "plot ninjas" and "plot kittens" that everyone decided they liked better than plot bunnies.bunnies.
* {{Padding}} - As mentioned above, there are many, ''many'' ways to inflate one's wordcount without necessarily contributing to one's plot development. Such as:
** Removing contractions ('do not' vs 'don't').
** Giving characters multi-word names or fanficul titles and insisting on a FullNameBasis (or simply repeating them often).
** Having a character sing along to a song on a radio, or recite lines from a play/novel/movie.
** Introduce a new character and have them [[RockyRollCall exchange names with everybody]]. The larger the group, the better.
** Giving characters particular {{Verbal Tic}}s, like stuttering, to up your wordcount. (paraphrased from ''No Plot? No Problem!'' "Give your character a stutter! Not only will it allow you to double all their dialogue, but everyone else in the story can spend pages wondering where the stutter came from!")
** "Never delete anything. If you canít stand to look at it, just change the font to white and keep going." (from a 2011 pep talk by Erin Morgenstern)
6th Nov '11 10:41:47 PM akahfied
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**Not to mention the "plot ninjas" and "plot kittens" that everyone decided they liked better than plot bunnies.
28th Oct '11 5:42:23 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* {{Hatedom}} - Head-scratchingly, 2010 saw a number of anti-nanoites come out of the woodwork, particularly a blogger for Salon magazine that stirred up a whole lot of wank with her column, which openly insulted [=NaNoers=] for spending their month writing books instead of reading them. Most of their arguments are based in CompletelyMissingThePoint and StopHavingFunGuys
** This did, however, lead to LemonySnicket writing an excellent, highly inspiring pep talk that references the Salon article repeatedly.
28th Oct '11 5:13:40 PM Belucre
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*{{Hatedom}} - Head-scratchingly, 2010 saw a number of anti-nanoites come out of the woodwork, particularly a blogger for Salon magazine that stirred up a whole lot of wank with her column, which openly insulted [=NaNoers=] for spending their month writing books instead of reading them. Most of their arguments are based in CompletelyMissingThePoint and StopHavingFunGuys
** This did, however, lead to LemonySnicket writing an excellent, highly inspiring pep talk that references the Salon article repeatedly.
22nd Oct '11 4:32:21 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* {{Hatedom}} - Head-scratchingly, 2010 saw a number of anti-nanoites come out of the woodwork, particularly a blogger for Salon magazine that stirred up a whole lot of wank with her column, which openly insulted [=NaNoers=] for spending their month writing books instead of reading them. Most of their arguments are based in CompletelyMissingThePoint and StopHavingFunGuys
** This did, however, lead to LemonySnicket writing an excellent, highly inspiring pep talk that references the Salon article repeatedly.
3rd Aug '11 10:20:40 PM Belucre
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* {{Hatedom}} - Head-scratchingly, 2010 saw a number of anti-nanoites come out of the woodwork, particularly a blogger for Salon magazine that stirred up a whole lot of wank with her column, which openly insulted [=NaNoers=] for spending their month writing books instead of reading them. Most of their arguments are based in CompletelyMissingThePoint and StopHavingFunGuys
** This did, however, lead to LemonySnicket writing an excellent, highly inspiring pep talk that references the Salon article repeatedly.
11th Jul '11 8:38:27 PM MagBas
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* {{Hatedom}} - Head-scratchingly, 2010 saw a number of anti-nanoites come out of the woodwork, particularly a blogger for Salon magazine that stirred up a whole lot of wank with her column, which openly insulted [=NaNoers=] for spending their month writing books instead of reading them. Most of their arguments are based in CompletelyMissingThePoint and StopHavingFunGuys
** This did, however, lead to LemonySnicket writing an excellent, highly inspiring pep talk that references the Salon article repeatedly.
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