Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter E and T

Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter E and T?


It’s a bit challenging, but yes.


I am a woman and a mom who finds God in all souls.
God is sun,moon,laugh and cry.
God is fragrance,music and raindrops from sky.
God is all and all is God.
So
my kids do good work ,and pray .
God's world has big and small tasks for your play.
paragraph “ My GOD.
”.
No
“E or T “is used.


Why would you?
If you wish, I can.

If so, I should add: You may find avoiding such an odd handicap would accomplish your goals in a surpassing fashion.


Such a paragraph is called a lipogram, and you will find a good example, plus an explanation of the tradition, here: A Loquacious Location of Lipograms


Probably, I Can!


How could you ask for a coup such as you do? I will work as you ask; my byplay is arduous.
As of now, my school is on spring holiday.
Hardly anyone will dally on campus for six plus days.
I shall do school work and fling a BBQ (only kidding; I am a anomic).


A young girl found a baby pony in my backyard.
I said, “You found my baby pony!” and Mrs.
Young Girl ran away.
Why, oh why, young girl? Now I cry in my room and wish for my pony back.


No


By way of background – I should say proscribing small domains of our syllabary; haphazardly banning small chunks of our hoard of symbols; and diminishing our glyphic cornucopia in such a way as you ask is rash and foolhardy! Anyhow (and luckily), such a random, annoying and incommodious axiom will only slow us down marginally.
By using wondrous cunning and brilliancy in words, composing a valid, conforming paragraph is a cinch.
So, off I go! My primary plan simply calls for amazing vocabulary and sly wordplay, plus a backup approach of simply using wilful, bold, audacious, unblushing inaccuracy! Judicious boo-boos, conscious fluffs and flubs and knowing slip-ups allow us a quick, if worryingly unscholarly approach.
So, “Alas, Poor Yorrick, I gnu him Horashio!” has a homophonically valid and whimsically joyous ‘Gnu’ plus a simply awful, wrong, and painful ‘Horashio’.
A limpid and lucid paragraph unfolds as accuracy is blown away.
In such a way, you can discuss a mind-boggling array of proposals.


A Paragraph is no arduous proposal, and assigning a bailiwick for such a labor would bring much wringing of my brain by figuring such words in a way lacking blurry confusion.
Such a goal would hardly pay off anyway for such minimal clicking on my words.
Could a blobfish aid in my glory?


My, my, how curious of you.
I’ll aim for a lunar goal, and you’ll soon know how much a paragraph can say in words of poor form.
Wisdom, you will gain, on how words can spurn your mind if symbols, signs, and marks vanish from your vocabulary.
Do you grasp the folly of your wish now, OP? For how can you look upon a paragraph as such, and hold no gall or ill will?
Fin.


No only can I do ha, I can wri a whol paragraph wihou using thos sinful lrs.
No, unlik a lo of h popl who ar commning hir answrs down blow, I’m no rying o wri a paragraph/answr ha naurally has non of hos lrs, I’m wriing a normal paragraph/answr abou wha I hink abou his…
And hn just rmoving all the ‘s and ‘s! How fun is ha?
Anyway, goodbye and I hop ha you liked this answr!
-Nor Mrin
P.
S.
Free follow o he firs person who ranslas his from nonens languag!


I can


I skim your curious words, and I fancy I can ink such a paragraph.
How far should I go? I could probably go on and on.
Choosing good words is fun, if hard.
Aids for doing a good job you may find handy: avoiding words of old Roman origin, using synonyms and acronyms, picking words a bard would pick, and skipping bann’d glyphs using an ’ symbol.
OK? Now you go!
Lipograms rock!


Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter E and T?


It’s a bit challenging, but yes.


I am a woman and a mom who finds God in all souls.
God is sun,moon,laugh and cry.
God is fragrance,music and raindrops from sky.
God is all and all is God.
So
my kids do good work ,and pray .
God's world has big and small tasks for your play.
paragraph “ My GOD.
”.
No
“E or T “is used.


Why would you?
If you wish, I can.

If so, I should add: You may find avoiding such an odd handicap would accomplish your goals in a surpassing fashion.


Such a paragraph is called a lipogram, and you will find a good example, plus an explanation of the tradition, here: A Loquacious Location of Lipograms


Probably, I Can!


How could you ask for a coup such as you do? I will work as you ask; my byplay is arduous.
As of now, my school is on spring holiday.
Hardly anyone will dally on campus for six plus days.
I shall do school work and fling a BBQ (only kidding; I am a anomic).


A young girl found a baby pony in my backyard.
I said, “You found my baby pony!” and Mrs.
Young Girl ran away.
Why, oh why, young girl? Now I cry in my room and wish for my pony back.


No


By way of background – I should say proscribing small domains of our syllabary; haphazardly banning small chunks of our hoard of symbols; and diminishing our glyphic cornucopia in such a way as you ask is rash and foolhardy! Anyhow (and luckily), such a random, annoying and incommodious axiom will only slow us down marginally.
By using wondrous cunning and brilliancy in words, composing a valid, conforming paragraph is a cinch.
So, off I go! My primary plan simply calls for amazing vocabulary and sly wordplay, plus a backup approach of simply using wilful, bold, audacious, unblushing inaccuracy! Judicious boo-boos, conscious fluffs and flubs and knowing slip-ups allow us a quick, if worryingly unscholarly approach.
So, “Alas, Poor Yorrick, I gnu him Horashio!” has a homophonically valid and whimsically joyous ‘Gnu’ plus a simply awful, wrong, and painful ‘Horashio’.
A limpid and lucid paragraph unfolds as accuracy is blown away.
In such a way, you can discuss a mind-boggling array of proposals.


A Paragraph is no arduous proposal, and assigning a bailiwick for such a labor would bring much wringing of my brain by figuring such words in a way lacking blurry confusion.
Such a goal would hardly pay off anyway for such minimal clicking on my words.
Could a blobfish aid in my glory?


My, my, how curious of you.
I’ll aim for a lunar goal, and you’ll soon know how much a paragraph can say in words of poor form.
Wisdom, you will gain, on how words can spurn your mind if symbols, signs, and marks vanish from your vocabulary.
Do you grasp the folly of your wish now, OP? For how can you look upon a paragraph as such, and hold no gall or ill will?
Fin.


No only can I do ha, I can wri a whol paragraph wihou using thos sinful lrs.
No, unlik a lo of h popl who ar commning hir answrs down blow, I’m no rying o wri a paragraph/answr ha naurally has non of hos lrs, I’m wriing a normal paragraph/answr abou wha I hink abou his…
And hn just rmoving all the ‘s and ‘s! How fun is ha?
Anyway, goodbye and I hop ha you liked this answr!
-Nor Mrin
P.
S.
Free follow o he firs person who ranslas his from nonens languag!


I can


I skim your curious words, and I fancy I can ink such a paragraph.
How far should I go? I could probably go on and on.
Choosing good words is fun, if hard.
Aids for doing a good job you may find handy: avoiding words of old Roman origin, using synonyms and acronyms, picking words a bard would pick, and skipping bann’d glyphs using an ’ symbol.
OK? Now you go!
Lipograms rock!


Can you write a whole paragraph without the letter E and T?


It’s a bit challenging, but yes.


I am a woman and a mom who finds God in all souls.
God is sun,moon,laugh and cry.
God is fragrance,music and raindrops from sky.
God is all and all is God.
So
my kids do good work ,and pray .
God's world has big and small tasks for your play.
paragraph “ My GOD.
”.
No
“E or T “is used.


Why would you?
If you wish, I can.

If so, I should add: You may find avoiding such an odd handicap would accomplish your goals in a surpassing fashion.


Such a paragraph is called a lipogram, and you will find a good example, plus an explanation of the tradition, here: A Loquacious Location of Lipograms


Probably, I Can!


How could you ask for a coup such as you do? I will work as you ask; my byplay is arduous.
As of now, my school is on spring holiday.
Hardly anyone will dally on campus for six plus days.
I shall do school work and fling a BBQ (only kidding; I am a anomic).


A young girl found a baby pony in my backyard.
I said, “You found my baby pony!” and Mrs.
Young Girl ran away.
Why, oh why, young girl? Now I cry in my room and wish for my pony back.


No


By way of background – I should say proscribing small domains of our syllabary; haphazardly banning small chunks of our hoard of symbols; and diminishing our glyphic cornucopia in such a way as you ask is rash and foolhardy! Anyhow (and luckily), such a random, annoying and incommodious axiom will only slow us down marginally.
By using wondrous cunning and brilliancy in words, composing a valid, conforming paragraph is a cinch.
So, off I go! My primary plan simply calls for amazing vocabulary and sly wordplay, plus a backup approach of simply using wilful, bold, audacious, unblushing inaccuracy! Judicious boo-boos, conscious fluffs and flubs and knowing slip-ups allow us a quick, if worryingly unscholarly approach.
So, “Alas, Poor Yorrick, I gnu him Horashio!” has a homophonically valid and whimsically joyous ‘Gnu’ plus a simply awful, wrong, and painful ‘Horashio’.
A limpid and lucid paragraph unfolds as accuracy is blown away.
In such a way, you can discuss a mind-boggling array of proposals.


A Paragraph is no arduous proposal, and assigning a bailiwick for such a labor would bring much wringing of my brain by figuring such words in a way lacking blurry confusion.
Such a goal would hardly pay off anyway for such minimal clicking on my words.
Could a blobfish aid in my glory?


My, my, how curious of you.
I’ll aim for a lunar goal, and you’ll soon know how much a paragraph can say in words of poor form.
Wisdom, you will gain, on how words can spurn your mind if symbols, signs, and marks vanish from your vocabulary.
Do you grasp the folly of your wish now, OP? For how can you look upon a paragraph as such, and hold no gall or ill will?
Fin.


No only can I do ha, I can wri a whol paragraph wihou using thos sinful lrs.
No, unlik a lo of h popl who ar commning hir answrs down blow, I’m no rying o wri a paragraph/answr ha naurally has non of hos lrs, I’m wriing a normal paragraph/answr abou wha I hink abou his…
And hn just rmoving all the ‘s and ‘s! How fun is ha?
Anyway, goodbye and I hop ha you liked this answr!
-Nor Mrin
P.
S.
Free follow o he firs person who ranslas his from nonens languag!


I can


I skim your curious words, and I fancy I can ink such a paragraph.
How far should I go? I could probably go on and on.
Choosing good words is fun, if hard.
Aids for doing a good job you may find handy: avoiding words of old Roman origin, using synonyms and acronyms, picking words a bard would pick, and skipping bann’d glyphs using an ’ symbol.
OK? Now you go!
Lipograms rock!

Updated: 08.06.2019 — 5:56 pm

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