Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T

Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T?


Such a challenge, I suppose, is rewarding enough if I keep going in a manner which avoids implausible wording or would make for an awkward flow.
My aim is a paragraph which, however long, would never remind readers of a necessary omission.
Assuming I could persevere in my goal, would I fulfill my promise; or does knowledge of ongoing success merely prolong, ironically, your awareness of resourceful evasion? Having done as much as I had hoped, I will end here.
Curse you, fellow Quorans, for alluring word games; and me for nearly always saying yes.


I probably could pen a full paragraph by doing as you ask.
However, why would I? Why would you, unless you’re an eleven-year-old having no real use for our common language beyond expressing your foolishness.
Perhaps if you focused more fully on homework assigned by your professor, you’d have fewer occasions for silly self-indulge, such as evidenced here by your voicing such a peculiar query.


For once I desire I can do a work of value.
However, I find I am small of brain for such a job.
I always do useless informing even if I desire my challenge here be successful.
As you surely can see from my example here.
I hope readers are happy even so, as I am finished.


Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T?


I could have a go, I suppose! By exercising due care, I’m fairly sure I could fashion a paragraph which would fulfil your needs.
(I have done similar exercises before – successfully avoiding “B”, “R”, “E” and “A”) However, before once again launching-in headlong on some ridiculous unicorn-safari; before pissing-away my precious energies wracking my brain for synonyms and once again undergoing prolonged, self-imposed, psychological hardships – I would simply ask ‘Why’? Why should I? Qui bono? Who gains from such an exercise? Why do Quora users keep assigning (and embracing) such commissions? Whence comes our need for puzzles, anagrams and conundrums? Why is wordplay so alluring? Why should some anonymous person’s desire for a lipogram pose such a compelling challenge? Upon seeing such a query appear in our feed, why does an unreasoning, Ahab-like obsession grip us and engender an overwhelming mania for chasing an absurd vocabularic Whale? And why are some of us so hugely pleased when our labours finally deliver some odd chunk of prose which is long enough for public gaze? OK – a modicum of skill is obviously required, especially if we are aiming for an ideal passage (i.
e.
a vaguely meaningful essay whose prima facie ordinariness belies any underlying gimmicks of vocabulary.
) Even so, our chef d’oeuvre is hardly headed for fame à la Fabergé Egg or work by Da Vinci.
Our only rewards are kudos from a miniscule clique of nerds on Quora, and a warm glow from a nourished ego.


Such a challenge, I suppose, is rewarding enough if I keep going in a manner which avoids implausible wording or would make for an awkward flow.
My aim is a paragraph which, however long, would never remind readers of a necessary omission.
Assuming I could persevere in my goal, would I fulfill my promise; or does knowledge of ongoing success merely prolong, ironically, your awareness of resourceful evasion? Having done as much as I had hoped, I will end here.
Curse you, fellow Quorans, for alluring word games; and me for nearly always saying yes.


I probably could pen a full paragraph by doing as you ask.
However, why would I? Why would you, unless you’re an eleven-year-old having no real use for our common language beyond expressing your foolishness.
Perhaps if you focused more fully on homework assigned by your professor, you’d have fewer occasions for silly self-indulge, such as evidenced here by your voicing such a peculiar query.


For once I desire I can do a work of value.
However, I find I am small of brain for such a job.
I always do useless informing even if I desire my challenge here be successful.
As you surely can see from my example here.
I hope readers are happy even so, as I am finished.


Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T?


I could have a go, I suppose! By exercising due care, I’m fairly sure I could fashion a paragraph which would fulfil your needs.
(I have done similar exercises before – successfully avoiding “B”, “R”, “E” and “A”) However, before once again launching-in headlong on some ridiculous unicorn-safari; before pissing-away my precious energies wracking my brain for synonyms and once again undergoing prolonged, self-imposed, psychological hardships – I would simply ask ‘Why’? Why should I? Qui bono? Who gains from such an exercise? Why do Quora users keep assigning (and embracing) such commissions? Whence comes our need for puzzles, anagrams and conundrums? Why is wordplay so alluring? Why should some anonymous person’s desire for a lipogram pose such a compelling challenge? Upon seeing such a query appear in our feed, why does an unreasoning, Ahab-like obsession grip us and engender an overwhelming mania for chasing an absurd vocabularic Whale? And why are some of us so hugely pleased when our labours finally deliver some odd chunk of prose which is long enough for public gaze? OK – a modicum of skill is obviously required, especially if we are aiming for an ideal passage (i.
e.
a vaguely meaningful essay whose prima facie ordinariness belies any underlying gimmicks of vocabulary.
) Even so, our chef d’oeuvre is hardly headed for fame à la Fabergé Egg or work by Da Vinci.
Our only rewards are kudos from a miniscule clique of nerds on Quora, and a warm glow from a nourished ego.


Such a challenge, I suppose, is rewarding enough if I keep going in a manner which avoids implausible wording or would make for an awkward flow.
My aim is a paragraph which, however long, would never remind readers of a necessary omission.
Assuming I could persevere in my goal, would I fulfill my promise; or does knowledge of ongoing success merely prolong, ironically, your awareness of resourceful evasion? Having done as much as I had hoped, I will end here.
Curse you, fellow Quorans, for alluring word games; and me for nearly always saying yes.


I probably could pen a full paragraph by doing as you ask.
However, why would I? Why would you, unless you’re an eleven-year-old having no real use for our common language beyond expressing your foolishness.
Perhaps if you focused more fully on homework assigned by your professor, you’d have fewer occasions for silly self-indulge, such as evidenced here by your voicing such a peculiar query.


For once I desire I can do a work of value.
However, I find I am small of brain for such a job.
I always do useless informing even if I desire my challenge here be successful.
As you surely can see from my example here.
I hope readers are happy even so, as I am finished.


Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T?


I could have a go, I suppose! By exercising due care, I’m fairly sure I could fashion a paragraph which would fulfil your needs.
(I have done similar exercises before – successfully avoiding “B”, “R”, “E” and “A”) However, before once again launching-in headlong on some ridiculous unicorn-safari; before pissing-away my precious energies wracking my brain for synonyms and once again undergoing prolonged, self-imposed, psychological hardships – I would simply ask ‘Why’? Why should I? Qui bono? Who gains from such an exercise? Why do Quora users keep assigning (and embracing) such commissions? Whence comes our need for puzzles, anagrams and conundrums? Why is wordplay so alluring? Why should some anonymous person’s desire for a lipogram pose such a compelling challenge? Upon seeing such a query appear in our feed, why does an unreasoning, Ahab-like obsession grip us and engender an overwhelming mania for chasing an absurd vocabularic Whale? And why are some of us so hugely pleased when our labours finally deliver some odd chunk of prose which is long enough for public gaze? OK – a modicum of skill is obviously required, especially if we are aiming for an ideal passage (i.
e.
a vaguely meaningful essay whose prima facie ordinariness belies any underlying gimmicks of vocabulary.
) Even so, our chef d’oeuvre is hardly headed for fame à la Fabergé Egg or work by Da Vinci.
Our only rewards are kudos from a miniscule clique of nerds on Quora, and a warm glow from a nourished ego.


Such a challenge, I suppose, is rewarding enough if I keep going in a manner which avoids implausible wording or would make for an awkward flow.
My aim is a paragraph which, however long, would never remind readers of a necessary omission.
Assuming I could persevere in my goal, would I fulfill my promise; or does knowledge of ongoing success merely prolong, ironically, your awareness of resourceful evasion? Having done as much as I had hoped, I will end here.
Curse you, fellow Quorans, for alluring word games; and me for nearly always saying yes.


I probably could pen a full paragraph by doing as you ask.
However, why would I? Why would you, unless you’re an eleven-year-old having no real use for our common language beyond expressing your foolishness.
Perhaps if you focused more fully on homework assigned by your professor, you’d have fewer occasions for silly self-indulge, such as evidenced here by your voicing such a peculiar query.


For once I desire I can do a work of value.
However, I find I am small of brain for such a job.
I always do useless informing even if I desire my challenge here be successful.
As you surely can see from my example here.
I hope readers are happy even so, as I am finished.


Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T?


I could have a go, I suppose! By exercising due care, I’m fairly sure I could fashion a paragraph which would fulfil your needs.
(I have done similar exercises before – successfully avoiding “B”, “R”, “E” and “A”) However, before once again launching-in headlong on some ridiculous unicorn-safari; before pissing-away my precious energies wracking my brain for synonyms and once again undergoing prolonged, self-imposed, psychological hardships – I would simply ask ‘Why’? Why should I? Qui bono? Who gains from such an exercise? Why do Quora users keep assigning (and embracing) such commissions? Whence comes our need for puzzles, anagrams and conundrums? Why is wordplay so alluring? Why should some anonymous person’s desire for a lipogram pose such a compelling challenge? Upon seeing such a query appear in our feed, why does an unreasoning, Ahab-like obsession grip us and engender an overwhelming mania for chasing an absurd vocabularic Whale? And why are some of us so hugely pleased when our labours finally deliver some odd chunk of prose which is long enough for public gaze? OK – a modicum of skill is obviously required, especially if we are aiming for an ideal passage (i.
e.
a vaguely meaningful essay whose prima facie ordinariness belies any underlying gimmicks of vocabulary.
) Even so, our chef d’oeuvre is hardly headed for fame à la Fabergé Egg or work by Da Vinci.
Our only rewards are kudos from a miniscule clique of nerds on Quora, and a warm glow from a nourished ego.


Such a challenge, I suppose, is rewarding enough if I keep going in a manner which avoids implausible wording or would make for an awkward flow.
My aim is a paragraph which, however long, would never remind readers of a necessary omission.
Assuming I could persevere in my goal, would I fulfill my promise; or does knowledge of ongoing success merely prolong, ironically, your awareness of resourceful evasion? Having done as much as I had hoped, I will end here.
Curse you, fellow Quorans, for alluring word games; and me for nearly always saying yes.


I probably could pen a full paragraph by doing as you ask.
However, why would I? Why would you, unless you’re an eleven-year-old having no real use for our common language beyond expressing your foolishness.
Perhaps if you focused more fully on homework assigned by your professor, you’d have fewer occasions for silly self-indulge, such as evidenced here by your voicing such a peculiar query.


For once I desire I can do a work of value.
However, I find I am small of brain for such a job.
I always do useless informing even if I desire my challenge here be successful.
As you surely can see from my example here.
I hope readers are happy even so, as I am finished.


Can you write an entire paragraph without the letter T?


I could have a go, I suppose! By exercising due care, I’m fairly sure I could fashion a paragraph which would fulfil your needs.
(I have done similar exercises before – successfully avoiding “B”, “R”, “E” and “A”) However, before once again launching-in headlong on some ridiculous unicorn-safari; before pissing-away my precious energies wracking my brain for synonyms and once again undergoing prolonged, self-imposed, psychological hardships – I would simply ask ‘Why’? Why should I? Qui bono? Who gains from such an exercise? Why do Quora users keep assigning (and embracing) such commissions? Whence comes our need for puzzles, anagrams and conundrums? Why is wordplay so alluring? Why should some anonymous person’s desire for a lipogram pose such a compelling challenge? Upon seeing such a query appear in our feed, why does an unreasoning, Ahab-like obsession grip us and engender an overwhelming mania for chasing an absurd vocabularic Whale? And why are some of us so hugely pleased when our labours finally deliver some odd chunk of prose which is long enough for public gaze? OK – a modicum of skill is obviously required, especially if we are aiming for an ideal passage (i.
e.
a vaguely meaningful essay whose prima facie ordinariness belies any underlying gimmicks of vocabulary.
) Even so, our chef d’oeuvre is hardly headed for fame à la Fabergé Egg or work by Da Vinci.
Our only rewards are kudos from a miniscule clique of nerds on Quora, and a warm glow from a nourished ego.


Such a challenge, I suppose, is rewarding enough if I keep going in a manner which avoids implausible wording or would make for an awkward flow.
My aim is a paragraph which, however long, would never remind readers of a necessary omission.
Assuming I could persevere in my goal, would I fulfill my promise; or does knowledge of ongoing success merely prolong, ironically, your awareness of resourceful evasion? Having done as much as I had hoped, I will end here.
Curse you, fellow Quorans, for alluring word games; and me for nearly always saying yes.


I probably could pen a full paragraph by doing as you ask.
However, why would I? Why would you, unless you’re an eleven-year-old having no real use for our common language beyond expressing your foolishness.
Perhaps if you focused more fully on homework assigned by your professor, you’d have fewer occasions for silly self-indulge, such as evidenced here by your voicing such a peculiar query.


For once I desire I can do a work of value.
However, I find I am small of brain for such a job.
I always do useless informing even if I desire my challenge here be successful.
As you surely can see from my example here.
I hope readers are happy even so, as I am finished.

Updated: 08.06.2019 — 5:56 pm

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