Can you make a full paragraph without the letter E

Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


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So I saw this link waiting in my gmail chatbox.
First thoughts- wow! that’s funny.
And wait-57 posts for this? Things humans do just for a lark is difficult to swallow! That brings us to- how long is a paragraph? Didn’t think of that.
Can I finish it? Now why should I tax my brain to think up a full paragraph without said unit of word? Just look at what I did.
By God! Omitting said unit from writing IS tough.
How do you do it? And to think a guy did a book without including said unit! Turns out I am following footfalls of 57+1 humans in this foolhardy thing-giggling throughout.
Trying your hand at random silly things can do that to you.
It’s mindboggling, isn’t it? Should I thank Sid(Got link from him) for all this giggling churning up from within? Or should I just bring this to an abrupt halt? Say what-this is addicting!
P.
S: Having thought that I had finally got this paragraph pat down without including said disgustingly-always-around-in-half-of-all-words unit, Sid saw 5 of said irritating bollocks still around.
Had to uproot bugs again and I am finally at- you know what!


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No


So I saw this link waiting in my gmail chatbox.
First thoughts- wow! that’s funny.
And wait-57 posts for this? Things humans do just for a lark is difficult to swallow! That brings us to- how long is a paragraph? Didn’t think of that.
Can I finish it? Now why should I tax my brain to think up a full paragraph without said unit of word? Just look at what I did.
By God! Omitting said unit from writing IS tough.
How do you do it? And to think a guy did a book without including said unit! Turns out I am following footfalls of 57+1 humans in this foolhardy thing-giggling throughout.
Trying your hand at random silly things can do that to you.
It’s mindboggling, isn’t it? Should I thank Sid(Got link from him) for all this giggling churning up from within? Or should I just bring this to an abrupt halt? Say what-this is addicting!
P.
S: Having thought that I had finally got this paragraph pat down without including said disgustingly-always-around-in-half-of-all-words unit, Sid saw 5 of said irritating bollocks still around.
Had to uproot bugs again and I am finally at- you know what!


this is easy…………………
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I think I can.
I think I can.
This paragraph is an uphill fight, analogous to a train that must climb a big hill, without running out of motion (which words did I just avoid?).
If you think a paragraph that avoids a most common symbol in a most common form of communication is a fork in a road, your myopic vision could fail you, as it is common in Lyon to avoid this symbol also.
G.
Adair did this in his translation.
This was a fun inquiry; do you think that this task is difficult for individuals with high I.
Q.
s? Proust was an author of a string of words, in “Swann’s Way,” that contain a surplus of synonymous words that contain symbolism that is forsworn to linguists and scholars.
Am I smart or stupid? I am amorous toward Quorans who do not think that I am right.
I am right, anyway.
What is a paragraph, anyway? Although I'm sprawling, it was a long day.
A string of thought, in fiction, had its first start with Virginia Woolf.
This individual swam in a pool.
What is a paragraph? Do paranormal paragraphs contain symbols that signify non-symbols? Did the bard author a word about “Poor Yorick,” an individual of infinity and parody?


I can understand that it is a tough task.
But, if you push your imaginations up, I think, you should land up in your goal.
With your good communication skills and analytical brain, you should gain a right path.
As many quorans did, I will also do it comfortably.
I am thoughtful, if I could click it with ‘thumps up’.
I am just launching my trial now.

As a small child, I had a wish to buy a building of my own.
I thought it was not far away.
I could land up on my wish only during this month, with a loan from a bank.
Finally, I got it.
I should thank God for this gift and my family for making my mission a thumping win.

Thank you, quorans, for your support, giving your recognition to my classic tour.


I cry, I wait,
I can't think straight.

Forlorn,
as hours tick by
I watch
an inky sky
grow dark –
swallowing all light
suffocating my aspirations
with all its might.

Nursing this hurt,
I sigh
what if a tad hard
I did try?
Tossing and turning,
a sorrow so strong,
mourning our story,
your habit of so long.

A dark night sky
my wailing soul
your harsh words -
took an arduous toll.

I’m failing, flailing
giving up now
but I’ll know to stand up
again, I’m strong, I vow.

Oops, the question had asked for a paragraph, but I wove this into a poem.
I hope this is still valid though.

If you liked this, you would definitely enjoy my best (and previously unpublished) poems which are curated in my book: Stolen Reflections: Some Stories Are Told in Verse.
Don’t forget to leave a review after you’ve read it.

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Prior to actually putting this submission to words I thought I could do it.

But as I was hiking through my vocabulary, I found a gigantic amount of words, without whom, I couldn’t satisfactorily finish off my post.

Thus, I was at a conclusion that our civilization is in fact short of a lot of synonyms of a lot words.
Also, I thought on bringing this out anonymously to minds, who I thought would grasp this situation and bring a solution to this crisis.
My anonymity you ask? Owing to my inborn quality of timidity.

But, I thought, this finding was so important for humans that it could bring about a disruption in our daily ways of living.

So I thought of publishing my findings as my own.
I thought of an uncanny uproar which it would bring in our world… Sitting comfortably in my armchair, I thought of how famous and rich I would turn out owing to this finding (so rich that I might finally build an Iron Man suit).

But alas, I found out that I was concluding my submission (that I was on my fifth “short” paragraph) without using that taboo symbol.
And all my findings? A sham.

You know, with hindsight I had known this would occur, as it always occurs with all my big findings…
[BD]


Of course you can.

It's called a "Lipogram".

Edgar Allan Poe wrote a novel, The Raven withut the letter "Z".

So, you can very well create a paragraph without the letter "E", which is the most popular one in Lipograms.

Here are two lipograms based on the poem "Mary's has a little lamb", one deprived of the letter "S", and the second without the letter "A".

Enjoy:
Original
 Mary had a little lamb
 Its fleece was white as snow
 And everywhere that Mary went
 The lamb was sure to go
He followed her to school one day
 That was against the rule
 It made the children laugh and play
 To see the lamb in school
Without "S":
 Mary had a little lamb
 With fleece a pale white hue
 And everywhere that Mary went
 The lamb kept her in view
To academe he went with her,
 Illegal, and quite rare;
 It made the children laugh and play
 To view the lamb in there
Without "A":
 Polly owned one little sheep
 Its fleece shone white like snow
 Every region where Polly went
 The sheep did surely go
He followed her to school one time
 Which broke the rigid rule
 The children frolicked in their room
 To see the sheep in school


Two authors managed to complete entire novels without ever using the letter "E".

You Won't Find the Letter "E" in Either of These Two Novels.

Two authors managed to complete entire novels without ever using the letter "E" all the more amazing.

Written in 1939, Ernest Vincent Wright's Gadsby is a 50,000 word novel—and there’s not an "E" in sight (at least not once you get past the author's name or the introduction, in which Wright mentions how people often told him that such a feat was impossible).
But Gadsby sticks to its own rules admirably.
If there are abbreviations used, they are only ones that still would not contain the letter "E" if written out in full.
In order to make sure he didn't accidentally cheat, Wright reportedly tied down the letter "E" on his typewriter.

Inspired by Wright, Georges Perec decided to write his own novel without the letter "E"—in his first language, French.
Published in 1969, it was called La Disparition


Without much thought I go forward with this, at risk of looking a bit of a fool I may add.
An artist will draw a man, a man without fail.
A look of joy on his canvas, a sound of music ringing, inspiring, joyful, now it’s at a hush.
This sound has similarity with sugar, but what to put it on? This pain of an unknown, a lion’s roar in his brain, this must stop! His work must has not stay without finish, his will to put paint to canvas has our crowd in aw, as his proud mom said, “A show this good cannot stop without a conclusion”.
You should not succumb to distraction as our artist has.
This paragraph is nothing but a list of words, a distraction for your day or night.
Back to work say’s I!


Hi.

I’d say to you my nomination, but that is not within my ability as a human at this point.
At many points throughout my living, I run from action to action.
I do things no human can say that a human has.
Now, at this point, I put forth an inquiry.
How long is a paragraph? For many, short is good and long is awful.
For many, long is good and short is awful.
I think that many words is good and not as many words is not.
So, to my utmost brain capacity, I think that I can construct a paragraph without a particular symbol.

Translation: I’d tell you my name, but I can’t.
Throughout my life, I experience many things.
I do things no human has ever done before.
Now, I ask a question: How long is a paragraph? For many, short is good and long is awful, but for others long is good and short is awful.
I believe that more words is better than less words.
I firmly believe that we can create paragraphs without the letter E.

So yeah, perhaps not the most elegant combination of words, but it is still understandably for those who have adequately expanded their knowledge and understanding of the English language.


A short story about India:
Indians didn't trust blood spill for British crown to abort in India.
Indians joint with a common thought of patriotism and thus it got into a big victory with India as no colony of British by 1947.
Staying calm with no pistol or any blood war it was fought.
Thus Indians got standing ovation from all around the world.
Hinduism was born in India and so was Jainism and Buddhism.
You can follow Islam, Christianity or anything you wish with nothing stopping you in India.
Thirukkural a Tamil book, which is known for its 7 word philosophy has got all you want for living.
To
say about Taj Mahal , millions visit daily to this Mughal sign in the banks of yamuna.
You can find audacious bloods in military man and in common man.

Soon no corruption in India and no E in this para.
.


This has my own mind thoughtful: Could I? Would I? Should I? Such important sounds, such an important symbol.
To publish without it? Intriguing.

As you and I think about this possibility, a whip scorpion is staring at my hands typing.
It sought only to withdraw from sand and storm of a dry world.
My world.
Much to his dissatisfaction, I am in his way.
I stand amidst his main goal: my workstation is full of shadows to vanish within.
Though I sit, slowly typing: I am a complication.
How long will I block this goal? I am a frustration.
Unvarying.
Unknown to his scrutinization, I cannot go until I know a solution: could I do this thing? As I finish this writing trial, his irritability would snowball out of control and past my chair and vanishing into my workstation would his limbs carry him as a trill of indignation signals his passing.


I go to a school with a lot of rooms.
I sit in rooms all day.
Lots of walls and doors look good in a school showing good work by many of us.
The school has stairs and hallways too to go to all rooms.

Math is taught and so is grammar.
I try to always do my own work and find out lots of things that will help my school work and my living.

It is fun to go to school.
I want to grow up and go to watch lots of world sports.
That is why I work hard at school to find out about world sports .
I want to visit many spots in this world to watch sports.

Also, I bring my own lunch to school.
At four o’clock I go out for track.
I run track about an hour a day.
This is my usual day at school.
It is always good to go to school.

(This is a child’s paragraph but it is a paragraph without an “e”.
)


Hawaiian Marijuana and Top Boss Grandmas
Hawaiian grandma put on a pink sunhat and a floral muumuu, and was soon outdoors spraying Volvic on a plot of plants lawfully grown for humans with physical conditions.
This particular plant costs $2,500 and up for a kilo.

Indian grandma: “I’ll pay you $1,500 for a kilo.

Hawaiian grandma: “What? No! No! This is hybrid.
You want ordinary, okay $1,500.

Indian grandma: “No, no.
No ordinary, hybrid only.
$2,000, okay?” Indian grandma was firm.

Hawaiian grandma: “How about hybrid $2,500 a kilo and two mini packs Maui Waui thrown in for you.
Okay?”
Indian grandma: “$2,250 a kilo, two mini packs Maui Waui.
For my family, any guavas? Any Alfonsos?”
Family is always first on the mind of grandmas.

Hawaiian grandma thought of mix of family and bargaining and said, “I want you happy.
A kilo hybrid, two mini packs Maui Waui.
You pick two bags guavas and two bags Alfonsos from my back yard for your family.
I put in six onions for you to cook Hawaiian curry.
Total $2,500.

Both nobody’s fool.

Both tough.

Both sharp!
Both said, “Okay.

Both won!
(google images)


No…but this guy did.

“Eunoia” by Christian Bok.

I will now quote the 4 sections that don’t use “E”
This uses only ‘a’:
Awkward grammar appals a craftsman.
A Dada bard
as daft as Tzara damns stagnant art and scrawls an
alpha (a slapdash arc and a backward zag) that mars
all stanzas and jams all ballads (what a scandal).
A
madcap vandal crafts a small black ankh – a hand-
stamp that can stamp a wax pad and at last plant a
mark that sparks an ars magna (an abstract art that
charts a phrasal anagram).
A pagan skald chants a dark
saga (a Mahabharata), as a papal cabal blackballs all
annals and tracts, all dramas and psalms: Kant and
Kafka, Marx and Marat.
A law as harsh as a fatwa bans
all paragraphs that lack an A as a standard hallmark.

This uses “i”
Writing is inhibiting.
Sighing, I sit, scribbling in ink
this pidgin script.
I sing with nihilistic witticism,
disciplining signs with trifling gimmicks – impish
hijinks which highlight stick sigils.
Isn’t it glib?
Isn’t it chic? I fit childish insights within rigid limits,
writing shtick which might instill priggish misgiv-
ings in critics blind with hindsight.
I dismiss nit-
picking criticism which flirts with philistinism.
I
bitch; I kibitz – griping whilst criticizing dimwits,
sniping whilst indicting nitwits, dismissing simplis-
tic thinking, in which philippic wit is still illicit.

This uses “o”
Loops on bold fonts now form lots of words for books.

Books form cocoons of comfort – tombs to hold book-
worms.
Profs from Oxford show frosh who do post-
docs how to gloss works of Wordsworth.
Dons who
work for proctors or provosts do not fob off school to
work on crosswords, nor do dons go off to dorm
rooms to loll on cots.
Dons go crosstown to look for
bookshops known to stock lots of top-notch goods:
cookbooks, workbooks – room on room of how-to
books for jocks (how to jog, how to box), books on
pro sports: golf or polo.
Old colophons on school-
books from schoolrooms sport two sorts of logo: ob-
long whorls, rococo scrolls – both on worn morocco.

This uses “u”
Kultur spurns Ubu – thus Ubu pulls stunts.
Ubu shuns
Skulptur: Uruk urns (plus busts), Zulu jugs (plus
tusks).
Ubu sculpts junk für Kunst und Glück.
Ubu
busks.
Ubu drums drums, plus Ubu strums cruths
(such hubbub, such ruckus): thump, thump; thrum,
thrum.
Ubu puns puns.
Ubu blurts untruth: much
bunkum (plus bull), much humbug (plus bunk) – but
trustful schmucks trust such untruthful stuff; thus
Ubu (cult guru) must bluff dumbstruck numbskulls
(such chumps).
Ubu mulcts surplus funds (trust
funds plus slush funds).
Ubu usurps much usufruct.

Ubu sums up lump sums.
Ubu trumps dumb luck.

Each chapter uses all the consonants, but only one vowel.
Just to make it clear….
in
one chapter, the only vowel used is “A”.
Then so on for the other vowels.

he also set himself a few constraints when writing…as seen below


No.

Or, yes?
Answering this question leads to a logical contradiction.
It is an example of Russell’s Paradox, better known as “Who shaves the barber?”.
It goes like this:
Imagine there is a town with one barber.
The barber shaves every man, and only those men, that do not shave themselves.
So, does he shave himself?
No nor yes.

We are stuck in a contradiction.
He cannot shave himself since he only shaves people who do not shave themselves.
But if he doesn’t shave himself, then he must not shave every man.

In the same way, we cannot answer “No” to this ridiculous question.
To do so would be to state a falsehood.
But, to answer in the affirmative is to fail the task.
We cannot include the letter “E” in our statement.

While it may seem absurd within the context of a barbershop, in its own time this paradox was a sensation.
It would eventually doom Russell’s efforts to ground arithmetic in the rules of logic shake the foundations of both mathematics and philosophy.


just a try.
I doubt I can do it.
But “faith can move mountains” so i will do it.
having fun in doing this,cracking the mind and making it to think in distinct way.
Quora is good platform to do things in your way and know about many topics.
List of topics in Quora to know about history, philosophy, photography, art, fiction, probability,food,cooking,social,world,products, sports and so on.

work is worship.
doing your work without fault shows your ability in doing things.
Aim Big.
If you aim for moon you will land among stars .
low aim is wrong.
Hard work is only way to accomplish the aim.
do not try to find shortcuts to victory.
Working hard is only path for victory.

support your family in all the situations.
as in “rain look for rainbow”and “ in dark look for stars” what i am saying is to look good in all situations and walk your path of stay happily.
do not think about past which has pain.
family is big support and god gift from our birth which is with us,and do not hurt your family in any situations.
It is a important thing so priority your family first in any conditions.
Importantly mom and dad ,pillars of family.
stay happy and stay working.

hoping that paragraph is what you want.
“I DID IT” — “Suprita”


Just a paragraph? That’s child’s play.
Ernest Vincent Wright Wright has a book totally void of “e” from start to finish.
And it’s logical!
Gadsby Ernest Vincent Wright: 9781530934577
**Bonus: This post also lacks “e”, if you don’t count Mr.
Wright’s full alias, which was obviously paramount.


It is hard but still I will try to put my thoughts in this paragraph.
I want to say that I am hitting my skull in such a way that it do not hurt.
I know what I am saying to you is nothing but as you told to put a paragraph in it, i cannot stop my hands from writing.
Also I am looking at a painting just to think what to say.
It is too short as a paragraph but still I wish that you will know how much hard work I am doing right now.
I am thinking a bit more to add in this paragraph but I think I lack words at this situation.
I want individuals to look at my work.
Thank you for providing such an opportunity.
I am happy knowing my brain’s capacity.

Thank you buddy.


Someone else mentioned The void by George Perec, and I cannot help but tip my hat to the person who wrote the Wikipedia article on this novel: entirely written without an e.

"A Void's plot follows a group of humans looking for a missing companion, Anton Voyl.
It is in part a parody of noir and horror fiction, with many stylistic tricks, gags, plot twists, and a grim conclusion.
On many occasions it implicitly talks about its own lipogrammatic limitation, highlighting its unusual orthography.
By and by, protagonists within A Void work out which symbol is missing, but find it a risky topic to discuss, as any who try to bypass this story's constraint risk fatal injury.
Philip Howard, writing a lipogrammatic appraisal of A Void in his column Lost Words, said "This is a story chock-full of plots and sub-plots, of loops within loops, of trails in pursuit of trails, all of which allow its author an opportunity to display his customary virtuosity as an avant-gardist magician, acrobat and clown.
"


A boy(Smith) was just scrolling Quora and finds out this inquiry.
Smith took it as a trial and was faithful of sorting this out.
But Smith didn't know that it was a tough nut to crack, that it'll hold him for hours.
But still that boy was optimistic about cracking it.
Although by hook or crook Smith took it through that difficult span and finally was joyful with that amount of fillings.
Smith thought of thanking all of you for studying it.
It took him a bit of duration to catch on with fact that a fault could occur any point soon.
So Smith distinct to stop now and finally laid upon a wait.

Thank you,.
!!!☺
Still didn't us_ that l_tt_r.


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


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So I saw this link waiting in my gmail chatbox.
First thoughts- wow! that’s funny.
And wait-57 posts for this? Things humans do just for a lark is difficult to swallow! That brings us to- how long is a paragraph? Didn’t think of that.
Can I finish it? Now why should I tax my brain to think up a full paragraph without said unit of word? Just look at what I did.
By God! Omitting said unit from writing IS tough.
How do you do it? And to think a guy did a book without including said unit! Turns out I am following footfalls of 57+1 humans in this foolhardy thing-giggling throughout.
Trying your hand at random silly things can do that to you.
It’s mindboggling, isn’t it? Should I thank Sid(Got link from him) for all this giggling churning up from within? Or should I just bring this to an abrupt halt? Say what-this is addicting!
P.
S: Having thought that I had finally got this paragraph pat down without including said disgustingly-always-around-in-half-of-all-words unit, Sid saw 5 of said irritating bollocks still around.
Had to uproot bugs again and I am finally at- you know what!


this is easy…………………
Android is almost v rywh r today, from th usual mobil d vic s to w arabl s to cars and v n to som smart applianc s.
Th platform, how v r, has b n conc ptualiz d and d sign d with ARM-bas d d vic s in mind.
And whil th r ar ind d som Int l or AMD comput rs, lik th L novo Yoga Book, that run Android, th y ar still far and f w in b tw n.
Fortunat ly, th r ar proj cts lik Android-x86 which has just r c ntly r ach d an important mil ston of bringing Android 7.
1 Nougat to any comput rs running on an Int l or AMD x86 proc ssor.

Android-x86 is pr tty much lik any oth r third-party Android ROM but with on k y diff r nc .
Its goal is to provid a v rsion of Android you can install on any r gular d sktop or laptop or v n on th lat st g n ration of 2-in-1 x86 tabl ts.
As a community proj ct, it obviously lags b hind th lat st Android r l as s.
But consid ring Googl do sn’t provid asy to install and us imag s, int r st d us rs r ally don’t hav much of a choic .

Android Nougat might not b th lat st v rsion, but it c rtainly isn’t anci nt.
But mor importantly, it brings an important f atur you’d probably xp ct on an op rating syst m running on a d sktop or laptop comput r: multipl windows.
Nougat add d split scr n multi-tasking but also hid a fr -form window f atur , som thing that Android-x86 nabl s.
This r l as also ships with a third-party Taskbar app that adds som thing lik a traditional Windows pan l.
sadly, you still hav th virtual navigation buttons und rn ath that.

Android-x86 7.
1 also mak s it asi r to install th ROM on comput rs.
Dual boot s tups now prop rly cr at an FI boot ntry whil th r is now also an automat d installation option for thos who want Android-x86 to b th ir only op rating syst m.
Th r l as also has b tt r support for mor r c nt hardwar , sp cially graphics proc ssors.

As with any Android ROM, installing Android-x86 r quir s som car , sp cially wh n installing sid -by-sid Windows.
How v r, unlik conv ntional Android ROMs, you can actually try it out first without v n touching your hard driv by booting into a “Liv ” v rsion of Android-x86, which is sp cially us ful if you want to first ch ck if your d vic is compatibl .
You can v n run it in a virtual machin lik VirtualBox, though do not that it will naturally run slow r than wh n running liv .


I think I can.
I think I can.
This paragraph is an uphill fight, analogous to a train that must climb a big hill, without running out of motion (which words did I just avoid?).
If you think a paragraph that avoids a most common symbol in a most common form of communication is a fork in a road, your myopic vision could fail you, as it is common in Lyon to avoid this symbol also.
G.
Adair did this in his translation.
This was a fun inquiry; do you think that this task is difficult for individuals with high I.
Q.
s? Proust was an author of a string of words, in “Swann’s Way,” that contain a surplus of synonymous words that contain symbolism that is forsworn to linguists and scholars.
Am I smart or stupid? I am amorous toward Quorans who do not think that I am right.
I am right, anyway.
What is a paragraph, anyway? Although I'm sprawling, it was a long day.
A string of thought, in fiction, had its first start with Virginia Woolf.
This individual swam in a pool.
What is a paragraph? Do paranormal paragraphs contain symbols that signify non-symbols? Did the bard author a word about “Poor Yorick,” an individual of infinity and parody?


I can understand that it is a tough task.
But, if you push your imaginations up, I think, you should land up in your goal.
With your good communication skills and analytical brain, you should gain a right path.
As many quorans did, I will also do it comfortably.
I am thoughtful, if I could click it with ‘thumps up’.
I am just launching my trial now.

As a small child, I had a wish to buy a building of my own.
I thought it was not far away.
I could land up on my wish only during this month, with a loan from a bank.
Finally, I got it.
I should thank God for this gift and my family for making my mission a thumping win.

Thank you, quorans, for your support, giving your recognition to my classic tour.


I cry, I wait,
I can't think straight.

Forlorn,
as hours tick by
I watch
an inky sky
grow dark –
swallowing all light
suffocating my aspirations
with all its might.

Nursing this hurt,
I sigh
what if a tad hard
I did try?
Tossing and turning,
a sorrow so strong,
mourning our story,
your habit of so long.

A dark night sky
my wailing soul
your harsh words -
took an arduous toll.

I’m failing, flailing
giving up now
but I’ll know to stand up
again, I’m strong, I vow.

Oops, the question had asked for a paragraph, but I wove this into a poem.
I hope this is still valid though.

If you liked this, you would definitely enjoy my best (and previously unpublished) poems which are curated in my book: Stolen Reflections: Some Stories Are Told in Verse.
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Prior to actually putting this submission to words I thought I could do it.

But as I was hiking through my vocabulary, I found a gigantic amount of words, without whom, I couldn’t satisfactorily finish off my post.

Thus, I was at a conclusion that our civilization is in fact short of a lot of synonyms of a lot words.
Also, I thought on bringing this out anonymously to minds, who I thought would grasp this situation and bring a solution to this crisis.
My anonymity you ask? Owing to my inborn quality of timidity.

But, I thought, this finding was so important for humans that it could bring about a disruption in our daily ways of living.

So I thought of publishing my findings as my own.
I thought of an uncanny uproar which it would bring in our world… Sitting comfortably in my armchair, I thought of how famous and rich I would turn out owing to this finding (so rich that I might finally build an Iron Man suit).

But alas, I found out that I was concluding my submission (that I was on my fifth “short” paragraph) without using that taboo symbol.
And all my findings? A sham.

You know, with hindsight I had known this would occur, as it always occurs with all my big findings…
[BD]


Of course you can.

It's called a "Lipogram".

Edgar Allan Poe wrote a novel, The Raven withut the letter "Z".

So, you can very well create a paragraph without the letter "E", which is the most popular one in Lipograms.

Here are two lipograms based on the poem "Mary's has a little lamb", one deprived of the letter "S", and the second without the letter "A".

Enjoy:
Original
 Mary had a little lamb
 Its fleece was white as snow
 And everywhere that Mary went
 The lamb was sure to go
He followed her to school one day
 That was against the rule
 It made the children laugh and play
 To see the lamb in school
Without "S":
 Mary had a little lamb
 With fleece a pale white hue
 And everywhere that Mary went
 The lamb kept her in view
To academe he went with her,
 Illegal, and quite rare;
 It made the children laugh and play
 To view the lamb in there
Without "A":
 Polly owned one little sheep
 Its fleece shone white like snow
 Every region where Polly went
 The sheep did surely go
He followed her to school one time
 Which broke the rigid rule
 The children frolicked in their room
 To see the sheep in school


Two authors managed to complete entire novels without ever using the letter "E".

You Won't Find the Letter "E" in Either of These Two Novels.

Two authors managed to complete entire novels without ever using the letter "E" all the more amazing.

Written in 1939, Ernest Vincent Wright's Gadsby is a 50,000 word novel—and there’s not an "E" in sight (at least not once you get past the author's name or the introduction, in which Wright mentions how people often told him that such a feat was impossible).
But Gadsby sticks to its own rules admirably.
If there are abbreviations used, they are only ones that still would not contain the letter "E" if written out in full.
In order to make sure he didn't accidentally cheat, Wright reportedly tied down the letter "E" on his typewriter.

Inspired by Wright, Georges Perec decided to write his own novel without the letter "E"—in his first language, French.
Published in 1969, it was called La Disparition


Without much thought I go forward with this, at risk of looking a bit of a fool I may add.
An artist will draw a man, a man without fail.
A look of joy on his canvas, a sound of music ringing, inspiring, joyful, now it’s at a hush.
This sound has similarity with sugar, but what to put it on? This pain of an unknown, a lion’s roar in his brain, this must stop! His work must has not stay without finish, his will to put paint to canvas has our crowd in aw, as his proud mom said, “A show this good cannot stop without a conclusion”.
You should not succumb to distraction as our artist has.
This paragraph is nothing but a list of words, a distraction for your day or night.
Back to work say’s I!


Hi.

I’d say to you my nomination, but that is not within my ability as a human at this point.
At many points throughout my living, I run from action to action.
I do things no human can say that a human has.
Now, at this point, I put forth an inquiry.
How long is a paragraph? For many, short is good and long is awful.
For many, long is good and short is awful.
I think that many words is good and not as many words is not.
So, to my utmost brain capacity, I think that I can construct a paragraph without a particular symbol.

Translation: I’d tell you my name, but I can’t.
Throughout my life, I experience many things.
I do things no human has ever done before.
Now, I ask a question: How long is a paragraph? For many, short is good and long is awful, but for others long is good and short is awful.
I believe that more words is better than less words.
I firmly believe that we can create paragraphs without the letter E.

So yeah, perhaps not the most elegant combination of words, but it is still understandably for those who have adequately expanded their knowledge and understanding of the English language.


A short story about India:
Indians didn't trust blood spill for British crown to abort in India.
Indians joint with a common thought of patriotism and thus it got into a big victory with India as no colony of British by 1947.
Staying calm with no pistol or any blood war it was fought.
Thus Indians got standing ovation from all around the world.
Hinduism was born in India and so was Jainism and Buddhism.
You can follow Islam, Christianity or anything you wish with nothing stopping you in India.
Thirukkural a Tamil book, which is known for its 7 word philosophy has got all you want for living.
To
say about Taj Mahal , millions visit daily to this Mughal sign in the banks of yamuna.
You can find audacious bloods in military man and in common man.

Soon no corruption in India and no E in this para.
.


This has my own mind thoughtful: Could I? Would I? Should I? Such important sounds, such an important symbol.
To publish without it? Intriguing.

As you and I think about this possibility, a whip scorpion is staring at my hands typing.
It sought only to withdraw from sand and storm of a dry world.
My world.
Much to his dissatisfaction, I am in his way.
I stand amidst his main goal: my workstation is full of shadows to vanish within.
Though I sit, slowly typing: I am a complication.
How long will I block this goal? I am a frustration.
Unvarying.
Unknown to his scrutinization, I cannot go until I know a solution: could I do this thing? As I finish this writing trial, his irritability would snowball out of control and past my chair and vanishing into my workstation would his limbs carry him as a trill of indignation signals his passing.


I go to a school with a lot of rooms.
I sit in rooms all day.
Lots of walls and doors look good in a school showing good work by many of us.
The school has stairs and hallways too to go to all rooms.

Math is taught and so is grammar.
I try to always do my own work and find out lots of things that will help my school work and my living.

It is fun to go to school.
I want to grow up and go to watch lots of world sports.
That is why I work hard at school to find out about world sports .
I want to visit many spots in this world to watch sports.

Also, I bring my own lunch to school.
At four o’clock I go out for track.
I run track about an hour a day.
This is my usual day at school.
It is always good to go to school.

(This is a child’s paragraph but it is a paragraph without an “e”.
)


Hawaiian Marijuana and Top Boss Grandmas
Hawaiian grandma put on a pink sunhat and a floral muumuu, and was soon outdoors spraying Volvic on a plot of plants lawfully grown for humans with physical conditions.
This particular plant costs $2,500 and up for a kilo.

Indian grandma: “I’ll pay you $1,500 for a kilo.

Hawaiian grandma: “What? No! No! This is hybrid.
You want ordinary, okay $1,500.

Indian grandma: “No, no.
No ordinary, hybrid only.
$2,000, okay?” Indian grandma was firm.

Hawaiian grandma: “How about hybrid $2,500 a kilo and two mini packs Maui Waui thrown in for you.
Okay?”
Indian grandma: “$2,250 a kilo, two mini packs Maui Waui.
For my family, any guavas? Any Alfonsos?”
Family is always first on the mind of grandmas.

Hawaiian grandma thought of mix of family and bargaining and said, “I want you happy.
A kilo hybrid, two mini packs Maui Waui.
You pick two bags guavas and two bags Alfonsos from my back yard for your family.
I put in six onions for you to cook Hawaiian curry.
Total $2,500.

Both nobody’s fool.

Both tough.

Both sharp!
Both said, “Okay.

Both won!
(google images)


No…but this guy did.

“Eunoia” by Christian Bok.

I will now quote the 4 sections that don’t use “E”
This uses only ‘a’:
Awkward grammar appals a craftsman.
A Dada bard
as daft as Tzara damns stagnant art and scrawls an
alpha (a slapdash arc and a backward zag) that mars
all stanzas and jams all ballads (what a scandal).
A
madcap vandal crafts a small black ankh – a hand-
stamp that can stamp a wax pad and at last plant a
mark that sparks an ars magna (an abstract art that
charts a phrasal anagram).
A pagan skald chants a dark
saga (a Mahabharata), as a papal cabal blackballs all
annals and tracts, all dramas and psalms: Kant and
Kafka, Marx and Marat.
A law as harsh as a fatwa bans
all paragraphs that lack an A as a standard hallmark.

This uses “i”
Writing is inhibiting.
Sighing, I sit, scribbling in ink
this pidgin script.
I sing with nihilistic witticism,
disciplining signs with trifling gimmicks – impish
hijinks which highlight stick sigils.
Isn’t it glib?
Isn’t it chic? I fit childish insights within rigid limits,
writing shtick which might instill priggish misgiv-
ings in critics blind with hindsight.
I dismiss nit-
picking criticism which flirts with philistinism.
I
bitch; I kibitz – griping whilst criticizing dimwits,
sniping whilst indicting nitwits, dismissing simplis-
tic thinking, in which philippic wit is still illicit.

This uses “o”
Loops on bold fonts now form lots of words for books.

Books form cocoons of comfort – tombs to hold book-
worms.
Profs from Oxford show frosh who do post-
docs how to gloss works of Wordsworth.
Dons who
work for proctors or provosts do not fob off school to
work on crosswords, nor do dons go off to dorm
rooms to loll on cots.
Dons go crosstown to look for
bookshops known to stock lots of top-notch goods:
cookbooks, workbooks – room on room of how-to
books for jocks (how to jog, how to box), books on
pro sports: golf or polo.
Old colophons on school-
books from schoolrooms sport two sorts of logo: ob-
long whorls, rococo scrolls – both on worn morocco.

This uses “u”
Kultur spurns Ubu – thus Ubu pulls stunts.
Ubu shuns
Skulptur: Uruk urns (plus busts), Zulu jugs (plus
tusks).
Ubu sculpts junk für Kunst und Glück.
Ubu
busks.
Ubu drums drums, plus Ubu strums cruths
(such hubbub, such ruckus): thump, thump; thrum,
thrum.
Ubu puns puns.
Ubu blurts untruth: much
bunkum (plus bull), much humbug (plus bunk) – but
trustful schmucks trust such untruthful stuff; thus
Ubu (cult guru) must bluff dumbstruck numbskulls
(such chumps).
Ubu mulcts surplus funds (trust
funds plus slush funds).
Ubu usurps much usufruct.

Ubu sums up lump sums.
Ubu trumps dumb luck.

Each chapter uses all the consonants, but only one vowel.
Just to make it clear….
in
one chapter, the only vowel used is “A”.
Then so on for the other vowels.

he also set himself a few constraints when writing…as seen below


No.

Or, yes?
Answering this question leads to a logical contradiction.
It is an example of Russell’s Paradox, better known as “Who shaves the barber?”.
It goes like this:
Imagine there is a town with one barber.
The barber shaves every man, and only those men, that do not shave themselves.
So, does he shave himself?
No nor yes.

We are stuck in a contradiction.
He cannot shave himself since he only shaves people who do not shave themselves.
But if he doesn’t shave himself, then he must not shave every man.

In the same way, we cannot answer “No” to this ridiculous question.
To do so would be to state a falsehood.
But, to answer in the affirmative is to fail the task.
We cannot include the letter “E” in our statement.

While it may seem absurd within the context of a barbershop, in its own time this paradox was a sensation.
It would eventually doom Russell’s efforts to ground arithmetic in the rules of logic shake the foundations of both mathematics and philosophy.


just a try.
I doubt I can do it.
But “faith can move mountains” so i will do it.
having fun in doing this,cracking the mind and making it to think in distinct way.
Quora is good platform to do things in your way and know about many topics.
List of topics in Quora to know about history, philosophy, photography, art, fiction, probability,food,cooking,social,world,products, sports and so on.

work is worship.
doing your work without fault shows your ability in doing things.
Aim Big.
If you aim for moon you will land among stars .
low aim is wrong.
Hard work is only way to accomplish the aim.
do not try to find shortcuts to victory.
Working hard is only path for victory.

support your family in all the situations.
as in “rain look for rainbow”and “ in dark look for stars” what i am saying is to look good in all situations and walk your path of stay happily.
do not think about past which has pain.
family is big support and god gift from our birth which is with us,and do not hurt your family in any situations.
It is a important thing so priority your family first in any conditions.
Importantly mom and dad ,pillars of family.
stay happy and stay working.

hoping that paragraph is what you want.
“I DID IT” — “Suprita”


Just a paragraph? That’s child’s play.
Ernest Vincent Wright Wright has a book totally void of “e” from start to finish.
And it’s logical!
Gadsby Ernest Vincent Wright: 9781530934577
**Bonus: This post also lacks “e”, if you don’t count Mr.
Wright’s full alias, which was obviously paramount.


It is hard but still I will try to put my thoughts in this paragraph.
I want to say that I am hitting my skull in such a way that it do not hurt.
I know what I am saying to you is nothing but as you told to put a paragraph in it, i cannot stop my hands from writing.
Also I am looking at a painting just to think what to say.
It is too short as a paragraph but still I wish that you will know how much hard work I am doing right now.
I am thinking a bit more to add in this paragraph but I think I lack words at this situation.
I want individuals to look at my work.
Thank you for providing such an opportunity.
I am happy knowing my brain’s capacity.

Thank you buddy.


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!


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So I saw this link waiting in my gmail chatbox.
First thoughts- wow! that’s funny.
And wait-57 posts for this? Things humans do just for a lark is difficult to swallow! That brings us to- how long is a paragraph? Didn’t think of that.
Can I finish it? Now why should I tax my brain to think up a full paragraph without said unit of word? Just look at what I did.
By God! Omitting said unit from writing IS tough.
How do you do it? And to think a guy did a book without including said unit! Turns out I am following footfalls of 57+1 humans in this foolhardy thing-giggling throughout.
Trying your hand at random silly things can do that to you.
It’s mindboggling, isn’t it? Should I thank Sid(Got link from him) for all this giggling churning up from within? Or should I just bring this to an abrupt halt? Say what-this is addicting!
P.
S: Having thought that I had finally got this paragraph pat down without including said disgustingly-always-around-in-half-of-all-words unit, Sid saw 5 of said irritating bollocks still around.
Had to uproot bugs again and I am finally at- you know what!


this is easy…………………
Android is almost v rywh r today, from th usual mobil d vic s to w arabl s to cars and v n to som smart applianc s.
Th platform, how v r, has b n conc ptualiz d and d sign d with ARM-bas d d vic s in mind.
And whil th r ar ind d som Int l or AMD comput rs, lik th L novo Yoga Book, that run Android, th y ar still far and f w in b tw n.
Fortunat ly, th r ar proj cts lik Android-x86 which has just r c ntly r ach d an important mil ston of bringing Android 7.
1 Nougat to any comput rs running on an Int l or AMD x86 proc ssor.

Android-x86 is pr tty much lik any oth r third-party Android ROM but with on k y diff r nc .
Its goal is to provid a v rsion of Android you can install on any r gular d sktop or laptop or v n on th lat st g n ration of 2-in-1 x86 tabl ts.
As a community proj ct, it obviously lags b hind th lat st Android r l as s.
But consid ring Googl do sn’t provid asy to install and us imag s, int r st d us rs r ally don’t hav much of a choic .

Android Nougat might not b th lat st v rsion, but it c rtainly isn’t anci nt.
But mor importantly, it brings an important f atur you’d probably xp ct on an op rating syst m running on a d sktop or laptop comput r: multipl windows.
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I think I can.
I think I can.
This paragraph is an uphill fight, analogous to a train that must climb a big hill, without running out of motion (which words did I just avoid?).
If you think a paragraph that avoids a most common symbol in a most common form of communication is a fork in a road, your myopic vision could fail you, as it is common in Lyon to avoid this symbol also.
G.
Adair did this in his translation.
This was a fun inquiry; do you think that this task is difficult for individuals with high I.
Q.
s? Proust was an author of a string of words, in “Swann’s Way,” that contain a surplus of synonymous words that contain symbolism that is forsworn to linguists and scholars.
Am I smart or stupid? I am amorous toward Quorans who do not think that I am right.
I am right, anyway.
What is a paragraph, anyway? Although I'm sprawling, it was a long day.
A string of thought, in fiction, had its first start with Virginia Woolf.
This individual swam in a pool.
What is a paragraph? Do paranormal paragraphs contain symbols that signify non-symbols? Did the bard author a word about “Poor Yorick,” an individual of infinity and parody?




Prior to actually putting this submission to words I thought I could do it.

But as I was hiking through my vocabulary, I found a gigantic amount of words, without whom, I couldn’t satisfactorily finish off my post.

Thus, I was at a conclusion that our civilization is in fact short of a lot of synonyms of a lot words.
Also, I thought on bringing this out anonymously to minds, who I thought would grasp this situation and bring a solution to this crisis.
My anonymity you ask? Owing to my inborn quality of timidity.

But, I thought, this finding was so important for humans that it could bring about a disruption in our daily ways of living.

So I thought of publishing my findings as my own.
I thought of an uncanny uproar which it would bring in our world… Sitting comfortably in my armchair, I thought of how famous and rich I would turn out owing to this finding (so rich that I might finally build an Iron Man suit).

But alas, I found out that I was concluding my submission (that I was on my fifth “short” paragraph) without using that taboo symbol.
And all my findings? A sham.

You know, with hindsight I had known this would occur, as it always occurs with all my big findings…
[BD]


Of course you can.

It's called a "Lipogram".

Edgar Allan Poe wrote a novel, The Raven withut the letter "Z".

So, you can very well create a paragraph without the letter "E", which is the most popular one in Lipograms.

Here are two lipograms based on the poem "Mary's has a little lamb", one deprived of the letter "S", and the second without the letter "A".

Enjoy:
Original
 Mary had a little lamb
 Its fleece was white as snow
 And everywhere that Mary went
 The lamb was sure to go
He followed her to school one day
 That was against the rule
 It made the children laugh and play
 To see the lamb in school
Without "S":
 Mary had a little lamb
 With fleece a pale white hue
 And everywhere that Mary went
 The lamb kept her in view
To academe he went with her,
 Illegal, and quite rare;
 It made the children laugh and play
 To view the lamb in there
Without "A":
 Polly owned one little sheep
 Its fleece shone white like snow
 Every region where Polly went
 The sheep did surely go
He followed her to school one time
 Which broke the rigid rule
 The children frolicked in their room
 To see the sheep in school


Two authors managed to complete entire novels without ever using the letter "E".

You Won't Find the Letter "E" in Either of These Two Novels.

Two authors managed to complete entire novels without ever using the letter "E" all the more amazing.

Written in 1939, Ernest Vincent Wright's Gadsby is a 50,000 word novel—and there’s not an "E" in sight (at least not once you get past the author's name or the introduction, in which Wright mentions how people often told him that such a feat was impossible).
But Gadsby sticks to its own rules admirably.
If there are abbreviations used, they are only ones that still would not contain the letter "E" if written out in full.
In order to make sure he didn't accidentally cheat, Wright reportedly tied down the letter "E" on his typewriter.

Inspired by Wright, Georges Perec decided to write his own novel without the letter "E"—in his first language, French.
Published in 1969, it was called La Disparition


Without much thought I go forward with this, at risk of looking a bit of a fool I may add.
An artist will draw a man, a man without fail.
A look of joy on his canvas, a sound of music ringing, inspiring, joyful, now it’s at a hush.
This sound has similarity with sugar, but what to put it on? This pain of an unknown, a lion’s roar in his brain, this must stop! His work must has not stay without finish, his will to put paint to canvas has our crowd in aw, as his proud mom said, “A show this good cannot stop without a conclusion”.
You should not succumb to distraction as our artist has.
This paragraph is nothing but a list of words, a distraction for your day or night.
Back to work say’s I!


Hi.

I’d say to you my nomination, but that is not within my ability as a human at this point.
At many points throughout my living, I run from action to action.
I do things no human can say that a human has.
Now, at this point, I put forth an inquiry.
How long is a paragraph? For many, short is good and long is awful.
For many, long is good and short is awful.
I think that many words is good and not as many words is not.
So, to my utmost brain capacity, I think that I can construct a paragraph without a particular symbol.

Translation: I’d tell you my name, but I can’t.
Throughout my life, I experience many things.
I do things no human has ever done before.
Now, I ask a question: How long is a paragraph? For many, short is good and long is awful, but for others long is good and short is awful.
I believe that more words is better than less words.
I firmly believe that we can create paragraphs without the letter E.

So yeah, perhaps not the most elegant combination of words, but it is still understandably for those who have adequately expanded their knowledge and understanding of the English language.


A short story about India:
Indians didn't trust blood spill for British crown to abort in India.
Indians joint with a common thought of patriotism and thus it got into a big victory with India as no colony of British by 1947.
Staying calm with no pistol or any blood war it was fought.
Thus Indians got standing ovation from all around the world.
Hinduism was born in India and so was Jainism and Buddhism.
You can follow Islam, Christianity or anything you wish with nothing stopping you in India.
Thirukkural a Tamil book, which is known for its 7 word philosophy has got all you want for living.
To
say about Taj Mahal , millions visit daily to this Mughal sign in the banks of yamuna.
You can find audacious bloods in military man and in common man.

Soon no corruption in India and no E in this para.
.



I go to a school with a lot of rooms.
I sit in rooms all day.
Lots of walls and doors look good in a school showing good work by many of us.
The school has stairs and hallways too to go to all rooms.

Math is taught and so is grammar.
I try to always do my own work and find out lots of things that will help my school work and my living.

It is fun to go to school.
I want to grow up and go to watch lots of world sports.
That is why I work hard at school to find out about world sports .
I want to visit many spots in this world to watch sports.

Also, I bring my own lunch to school.
At four o’clock I go out for track.
I run track about an hour a day.
This is my usual day at school.
It is always good to go to school.

(This is a child’s paragraph but it is a paragraph without an “e”.
)


Hawaiian Marijuana and Top Boss Grandmas
Hawaiian grandma put on a pink sunhat and a floral muumuu, and was soon outdoors spraying Volvic on a plot of plants lawfully grown for humans with physical conditions.
This particular plant costs $2,500 and up for a kilo.

Indian grandma: “I’ll pay you $1,500 for a kilo.

Hawaiian grandma: “What? No! No! This is hybrid.
You want ordinary, okay $1,500.

Indian grandma: “No, no.
No ordinary, hybrid only.
$2,000, okay?” Indian grandma was firm.

Hawaiian grandma: “How about hybrid $2,500 a kilo and two mini packs Maui Waui thrown in for you.
Okay?”
Indian grandma: “$2,250 a kilo, two mini packs Maui Waui.
For my family, any guavas? Any Alfonsos?”
Family is always first on the mind of grandmas.

Hawaiian grandma thought of mix of family and bargaining and said, “I want you happy.
A kilo hybrid, two mini packs Maui Waui.
You pick two bags guavas and two bags Alfonsos from my back yard for your family.
I put in six onions for you to cook Hawaiian curry.
Total $2,500.

Both nobody’s fool.

Both tough.

Both sharp!
Both said, “Okay.

Both won!
(google images)


No…but this guy did.

“Eunoia” by Christian Bok.

I will now quote the 4 sections that don’t use “E”
This uses only ‘a’:
Awkward grammar appals a craftsman.
A Dada bard
as daft as Tzara damns stagnant art and scrawls an
alpha (a slapdash arc and a backward zag) that mars
all stanzas and jams all ballads (what a scandal).
A
madcap vandal crafts a small black ankh – a hand-
stamp that can stamp a wax pad and at last plant a
mark that sparks an ars magna (an abstract art that
charts a phrasal anagram).
A pagan skald chants a dark
saga (a Mahabharata), as a papal cabal blackballs all
annals and tracts, all dramas and psalms: Kant and
Kafka, Marx and Marat.
A law as harsh as a fatwa bans
all paragraphs that lack an A as a standard hallmark.

This uses “i”
Writing is inhibiting.
Sighing, I sit, scribbling in ink
this pidgin script.
I sing with nihilistic witticism,
disciplining signs with trifling gimmicks – impish
hijinks which highlight stick sigils.
Isn’t it glib?
Isn’t it chic? I fit childish insights within rigid limits,
writing shtick which might instill priggish misgiv-
ings in critics blind with hindsight.
I dismiss nit-
picking criticism which flirts with philistinism.
I
bitch; I kibitz – griping whilst criticizing dimwits,
sniping whilst indicting nitwits, dismissing simplis-
tic thinking, in which philippic wit is still illicit.

This uses “o”
Loops on bold fonts now form lots of words for books.

Books form cocoons of comfort – tombs to hold book-
worms.
Profs from Oxford show frosh who do post-
docs how to gloss works of Wordsworth.
Dons who
work for proctors or provosts do not fob off school to
work on crosswords, nor do dons go off to dorm
rooms to loll on cots.
Dons go crosstown to look for
bookshops known to stock lots of top-notch goods:
cookbooks, workbooks – room on room of how-to
books for jocks (how to jog, how to box), books on
pro sports: golf or polo.
Old colophons on school-
books from schoolrooms sport two sorts of logo: ob-
long whorls, rococo scrolls – both on worn morocco.

This uses “u”
Kultur spurns Ubu – thus Ubu pulls stunts.
Ubu shuns
Skulptur: Uruk urns (plus busts), Zulu jugs (plus
tusks).
Ubu sculpts junk für Kunst und Glück.
Ubu
busks.
Ubu drums drums, plus Ubu strums cruths
(such hubbub, such ruckus): thump, thump; thrum,
thrum.
Ubu puns puns.
Ubu blurts untruth: much
bunkum (plus bull), much humbug (plus bunk) – but
trustful schmucks trust such untruthful stuff; thus
Ubu (cult guru) must bluff dumbstruck numbskulls
(such chumps).
Ubu mulcts surplus funds (trust
funds plus slush funds).
Ubu usurps much usufruct.

Ubu sums up lump sums.
Ubu trumps dumb luck.

Each chapter uses all the consonants, but only one vowel.
Just to make it clear….
in
one chapter, the only vowel used is “A”.
Then so on for the other vowels.

he also set himself a few constraints when writing…as seen below


No.

Or, yes?
Answering this question leads to a logical contradiction.
It is an example of Russell’s Paradox, better known as “Who shaves the barber?”.
It goes like this:
Imagine there is a town with one barber.
The barber shaves every man, and only those men, that do not shave themselves.
So, does he shave himself?
No nor yes.

We are stuck in a contradiction.
He cannot shave himself since he only shaves people who do not shave themselves.
But if he doesn’t shave himself, then he must not shave every man.

In the same way, we cannot answer “No” to this ridiculous question.
To do so would be to state a falsehood.
But, to answer in the affirmative is to fail the task.
We cannot include the letter “E” in our statement.

While it may seem absurd within the context of a barbershop, in its own time this paradox was a sensation.
It would eventually doom Russell’s efforts to ground arithmetic in the rules of logic shake the foundations of both mathematics and philosophy.


just a try.
I doubt I can do it.
But “faith can move mountains” so i will do it.
having fun in doing this,cracking the mind and making it to think in distinct way.
Quora is good platform to do things in your way and know about many topics.
List of topics in Quora to know about history, philosophy, photography, art, fiction, probability,food,cooking,social,world,products, sports and so on.

work is worship.
doing your work without fault shows your ability in doing things.
Aim Big.
If you aim for moon you will land among stars .
low aim is wrong.
Hard work is only way to accomplish the aim.
do not try to find shortcuts to victory.
Working hard is only path for victory.

support your family in all the situations.
as in “rain look for rainbow”and “ in dark look for stars” what i am saying is to look good in all situations and walk your path of stay happily.
do not think about past which has pain.
family is big support and god gift from our birth which is with us,and do not hurt your family in any situations.
It is a important thing so priority your family first in any conditions.
Importantly mom and dad ,pillars of family.
stay happy and stay working.

hoping that paragraph is what you want.
“I DID IT” — “Suprita”


Just a paragraph? That’s child’s play.
Ernest Vincent Wright Wright has a book totally void of “e” from start to finish.
And it’s logical!
Gadsby Ernest Vincent Wright: 9781530934577
**Bonus: This post also lacks “e”, if you don’t count Mr.
Wright’s full alias, which was obviously paramount.


It is hard but still I will try to put my thoughts in this paragraph.
I want to say that I am hitting my skull in such a way that it do not hurt.
I know what I am saying to you is nothing but as you told to put a paragraph in it, i cannot stop my hands from writing.
Also I am looking at a painting just to think what to say.
It is too short as a paragraph but still I wish that you will know how much hard work I am doing right now.
I am thinking a bit more to add in this paragraph but I think I lack words at this situation.
I want individuals to look at my work.
Thank you for providing such an opportunity.
I am happy knowing my brain’s capacity.

Thank you buddy.


Can you make a full paragraph without the letter "E"?


I doubt I can.
It’s a major part of many, many words.
Omitting it is as hard as making muffins without flour.
It’s as hard as spitting without saliva, napping without a pillow, driving a train without tracks, sailing to Russia without a boat, washing your hands without soap, or shitting without a butt.
And, anyway, what would I gain? An award? A cash bonus? Bragging rights? Why should I strain my brain? It’s not worth doing.
Now, a grammatical paragraph without commas: that would wow most folks on Quora, don’t you think? Could you do it? If so, I tip my hat to you—or I would if I had a hat.
Or, how about a paragraph without punctuation? Or a paragraph without nouns? If you can do that, you’ll win my admiration.
Go on.
Try! I’m waiting…
Well, this has been a trilling Internet adventure!
In addition to the commenters who didn’t notice the lack of Es in my answer (and wanted to talk to me seriously about sailing to Russia), and the dozens and dozens of people who wanted to tell be about George Perec’s lipogramaric novel “A Void,” in which he never uses the letter E, or Ernest Vincent Wright’s similar feat, “Gadsby,” I was treated to this lovely comment, accusing me of plagiarism:
Numbskull that I am, I had never heard of Dutta.
I didn’t know he was a 19th-Century Bengali poet (Thanks, Wikipedia!).
I figured he was another writer, here, so I searched through all the answers.
Nothing turned up.

So then I pasted “sailing to Russia without a boat” and “dutta” into google, and …
HOO BOY.

According to an Indian wikipedia-like site,
Michael Madhusudan Dutt
I love how they stopped copying my paragraph just before “shitting without a butt,” which I guess they thought would sound weird coming from a 19th Century poet—one who would, apparently, use phrases like “strain my brain” and “cash bonus.
” I take it that Ebon Baccara, my accuser, has not read much 19th-Century prose.

Note the date this was posted on Indiapedia:
August 22, 2017.

Let’s compare that to the date I wrote the answer:
That’s from the answer log, which interested readers can view here: https://www.
quora.
com/Can-you-ma.
.
.

Now this bit of “history” has been spread to various parts of the Internet—apparently via a Whatsapp post—and I guess Mr.
Dutt will be forever known as the brilliant writer who didn’t need Es or cash bonuses.

One bright lad has attempted to debunk Dutt’s role in all this: E-LEMENTARY.

It’s doubters like him who give Bengali poets a bad name!
UPDATE: March 20, 2018
Well, the charges of plagiarism keep coming in.
Here’s the latest one:
User-11208404160989816497, what is your evidence that I have plagiarized anything? How sure do you feel you have to be before making a public accusation like this? What do you base your confidence on?
I take plagiarism very seriously, but I hope that before I make this sort of assumption about someone else’s work, I pause and do some research—and then only make the accusation when I’m sure I’m right and can cite strong evidence to prove it.

Another sighting in the wild:
I have no idea what “Hyderabad” is.

Here’s a nicely formatted one:
Facebook: Friends of ol' marcus


This is an arduous mission but I’ll try.

Many words contain this symbol, and a flowing paragraph is a tricky proposition that incurs much scratching of a particular part of my body (which I cannot say).

I might go so far as to complain that my cranium is aching from avoiding said symbol.
I am up to this task though, and must push through so I can wow you Quorans with an ambitious bid for acclaim.
Nobody can say I didn’t put on a good show.

I will finish up now as I must start adopting my usual vocabulary again.

Goodb….
(scratch that).

So long.


Highlight it down: ABCDF’s last symbol, marks or points a hint: ‘a fifth’.

This damn F horrifying symbol is what I stably purport in a construction wholly fantastic, that is, coining it as ‘a fifth’ in my sluggish writing.

Do you not know that my command toward words is without limit and always continuing? I am now hallucinating my mind, digging into thoughts that call out words without ‘a fifth’.

I am proud of this art I skillfully knit into a paragraph.
(I could gratify my soul into putting down many words again and again, that is, if I wish to into a book.
) I can commit my inward man to dot down words, ad infinitum, if I want to.

A word is any plain or obvious composition, so why is a paragraph without typing 'a fifth’ a task an individual should find daunting or taxing?
Say a full paragraph without an ‘a’ or an ‘i’, and with that, I may run my brain to look for lacking words much difficult to find… I am hallucinating right now, and I am craving for two cups of hot Capuchino to swallow down.

Work Blown Up!!!
Just a 200-word writing, I find okay to post.
So, I assign all of you to post your own 200-word too, if you spy my work without highlighting a (1/5)
just kidding :)
scroll down this blah-blah!!

Updated: 10.06.2019 — 12:24 pm

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