Can you write a paragraph without the letter S

Can you write a paragraph without the letter S?


Can I? Yeah I definitely can.
How are you doing? Good? Well? I hope you are doing great! Let me tell you that the hope for writing led me here.
I am thinking that what i am writing will turn out definitely fine.
You ought to give it a try too.
You might be dumbfounded once you get it right too.

Here i tried.
It turned out fine.
Let me know your opinion.
Bye.
Have a good day ;)


I could, but it would take a bit of thought.
We are quite comfortable with writing a certain way, and when we become complacent with a method that we have employed for a long time, it might be difficult to change to a different method.
But with a little effort – and an extended vocabulary! – it would be doable.


I probably could, but why bother? If we could write everything that way, not every letter would be required in the language.
I can't help but think that the letter you mentioned would be completely redundant if it could be excluded from every written word.
However, I believe that I hereby wrote an adequate amount of text to call it a paragraph.
Therefore, apparently, I have managed to do what you appealed for.


No.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter S?


Can I? Yeah I definitely can.
How are you doing? Good? Well? I hope you are doing great! Let me tell you that the hope for writing led me here.
I am thinking that what i am writing will turn out definitely fine.
You ought to give it a try too.
You might be dumbfounded once you get it right too.

Here i tried.
It turned out fine.
Let me know your opinion.
Bye.
Have a good day ;)


I could, but it would take a bit of thought.
We are quite comfortable with writing a certain way, and when we become complacent with a method that we have employed for a long time, it might be difficult to change to a different method.
But with a little effort – and an extended vocabulary! – it would be doable.


I probably could, but why bother? If we could write everything that way, not every letter would be required in the language.
I can't help but think that the letter you mentioned would be completely redundant if it could be excluded from every written word.
However, I believe that I hereby wrote an adequate amount of text to call it a paragraph.
Therefore, apparently, I have managed to do what you appealed for.


No.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter S?


Can I? Yeah I definitely can.
How are you doing? Good? Well? I hope you are doing great! Let me tell you that the hope for writing led me here.
I am thinking that what i am writing will turn out definitely fine.
You ought to give it a try too.
You might be dumbfounded once you get it right too.

Here i tried.
It turned out fine.
Let me know your opinion.
Bye.
Have a good day ;)


I could, but it would take a bit of thought.
We are quite comfortable with writing a certain way, and when we become complacent with a method that we have employed for a long time, it might be difficult to change to a different method.
But with a little effort – and an extended vocabulary! – it would be doable.


I probably could, but why bother? If we could write everything that way, not every letter would be required in the language.
I can't help but think that the letter you mentioned would be completely redundant if it could be excluded from every written word.
However, I believe that I hereby wrote an adequate amount of text to call it a paragraph.
Therefore, apparently, I have managed to do what you appealed for.


No.


Can you write a paragraph without the letter S?


Can I? Yeah I definitely can.
How are you doing? Good? Well? I hope you are doing great! Let me tell you that the hope for writing led me here.
I am thinking that what i am writing will turn out definitely fine.
You ought to give it a try too.
You might be dumbfounded once you get it right too.

Here i tried.
It turned out fine.
Let me know your opinion.
Bye.
Have a good day ;)


I could, but it would take a bit of thought.
We are quite comfortable with writing a certain way, and when we become complacent with a method that we have employed for a long time, it might be difficult to change to a different method.
But with a little effort – and an extended vocabulary! – it would be doable.


I probably could, but why bother? If we could write everything that way, not every letter would be required in the language.
I can't help but think that the letter you mentioned would be completely redundant if it could be excluded from every written word.
However, I believe that I hereby wrote an adequate amount of text to call it a paragraph.
Therefore, apparently, I have managed to do what you appealed for.


No.

Updated: 11.06.2019 — 2:33 pm

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