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It's not that difficult to omit just an individual glyph from our words. Availability of so many synonyms turns that task almost trivial.
edited 5th May '11 3:12:57 PM by Enthryn
Playing my variation on Thor is so much fun.
This will all finish with crying, I think.
Crying? In a happy way, if anything.
I wish not. That would suck.
Folks crying is kind of sad.
I wish for this to finish with laughs.
I wish for this to not finish. But if it had to, it would with laughs.
edited 5th May '11 4:38:46 PM by Shortcake
Is that your final conclusion?
Yup. Who would want any topic to stop with crying?
I know, right?
I'm a cynic.
And I'm optimistic right now. You should, too.
It's always worrying, noting a topic of this sort in which its naming isn't an instantiation of its own law. Call this individual a nitpick, but it's truth.
I couldn't find a way to say it without violating it.
I did a Shout-Out!◊
Methinks yonder method failed terribly, suddenly 'e's are everywhere.
"Talk without using using th' fifth l'ttr of th' alphab't"?
edited 5th May '11 5:10:34 PM by Dynaslash
Now, that just looks ridiculous. Critic as I am, I can't not point it out.
Say, this isn't all that hard. You can do without said glyph, and still construct lucid groups of words. A book of synonyms is handy, though, I'll admit.
But this is my first try at playing.
I must grow familiar with it.
This is not hard, guys.
Hardly hard at all.
Discuss things without using symbol #5 that writing system which originated in that city which is now Italy's capital.
Hmm... A bit long, I think, but a good first try.
Any Roman man is crazy. So is any Roman woman.
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