Is it possible to write a paragraph without using the letter T

Is it possible to write a paragraph without using the letter T?

No one has ever asked me before, but here goes.
I would never reply if I considered your missive foolish or improper.
Obviously, you seek higher forms of expression, and excluding a given symbol may prove edifying.
I know only one universal idea, namely, we are ephemeral.
Whoever reads my response should be aware of how pleasing your exercise has proved.
My meninges are now fully energized and pleasure reigns supreme.
I wish you well, and keep such endeavours coming.

A paragraph without using the letter “T”….
Hard work never fails.
.
.
Ofcourse!!! Whenever you are here as a failure,please remember my adivce.
.
.
Happiness cries in an incredible manner when you reach your goal.
.
.
Success needs hardwork.
.
.
However failures never approch you everyday .
.
.
.
when you are shaped in an awesome manner in reaching your goal success knocks your door.
.
.

Hmm…people find some fun in indulging his fellows in some really uncanny and hard jobs.
Answering above query is one of such a kind.
I am unsure if I can finish a paragraph barring usage of a specific symbol as above.
I shall be lying if I say I have succeeded in previous cases.
Such a paragraph may be possible…u will receive some answers and good ones…I suppose.
Hey! One sec…I presume….
I have already finished answering your query.

Let me try my best.
I feel Frasier is as good as Seinfeld, or even surpassing.
Your opinions are welcomed.
Seinfeld and Frasier.
Begin a discussion; shall we? I myself enjoyed Seinfeld and called Georgie Boy- “ ridiculous” and Kramer- “an alien.
” However, somewhere in my mind, Niles and Frasier were always more neighborly in comparison.

A journey of producing a paragraph excluding a specific symbol may seem hard ad hoc.
Using synonims, however (even from a long dead Roman language of medicine and science, as, per example – yeah, ad hoc) and avoiding some grammar forms may help one successfully accomplish such a deed, which I have hereby exemplified :)

Is it possible to write a paragraph without using the letter T?

No one has ever asked me before, but here goes.
I would never reply if I considered your missive foolish or improper.
Obviously, you seek higher forms of expression, and excluding a given symbol may prove edifying.
I know only one universal idea, namely, we are ephemeral.
Whoever reads my response should be aware of how pleasing your exercise has proved.
My meninges are now fully energized and pleasure reigns supreme.
I wish you well, and keep such endeavours coming.

A paragraph without using the letter “T”….
Hard work never fails.
.
.
Ofcourse!!! Whenever you are here as a failure,please remember my adivce.
.
.
Happiness cries in an incredible manner when you reach your goal.
.
.
Success needs hardwork.
.
.
However failures never approch you everyday .
.
.
.
when you are shaped in an awesome manner in reaching your goal success knocks your door.
.
.

Hmm…people find some fun in indulging his fellows in some really uncanny and hard jobs.
Answering above query is one of such a kind.
I am unsure if I can finish a paragraph barring usage of a specific symbol as above.
I shall be lying if I say I have succeeded in previous cases.
Such a paragraph may be possible…u will receive some answers and good ones…I suppose.
Hey! One sec…I presume….
I have already finished answering your query.

Let me try my best.
I feel Frasier is as good as Seinfeld, or even surpassing.
Your opinions are welcomed.
Seinfeld and Frasier.
Begin a discussion; shall we? I myself enjoyed Seinfeld and called Georgie Boy- “ ridiculous” and Kramer- “an alien.
” However, somewhere in my mind, Niles and Frasier were always more neighborly in comparison.

A journey of producing a paragraph excluding a specific symbol may seem hard ad hoc.
Using synonims, however (even from a long dead Roman language of medicine and science, as, per example – yeah, ad hoc) and avoiding some grammar forms may help one successfully accomplish such a deed, which I have hereby exemplified :)

Is it possible to write a paragraph without using the letter T?

No one has ever asked me before, but here goes.
I would never reply if I considered your missive foolish or improper.
Obviously, you seek higher forms of expression, and excluding a given symbol may prove edifying.
I know only one universal idea, namely, we are ephemeral.
Whoever reads my response should be aware of how pleasing your exercise has proved.
My meninges are now fully energized and pleasure reigns supreme.
I wish you well, and keep such endeavours coming.

A paragraph without using the letter “T”….
Hard work never fails.
.
.
Ofcourse!!! Whenever you are here as a failure,please remember my adivce.
.
.
Happiness cries in an incredible manner when you reach your goal.
.
.
Success needs hardwork.
.
.
However failures never approch you everyday .
.
.
.
when you are shaped in an awesome manner in reaching your goal success knocks your door.
.
.

Hmm…people find some fun in indulging his fellows in some really uncanny and hard jobs.
Answering above query is one of such a kind.
I am unsure if I can finish a paragraph barring usage of a specific symbol as above.
I shall be lying if I say I have succeeded in previous cases.
Such a paragraph may be possible…u will receive some answers and good ones…I suppose.
Hey! One sec…I presume….
I have already finished answering your query.

Let me try my best.
I feel Frasier is as good as Seinfeld, or even surpassing.
Your opinions are welcomed.
Seinfeld and Frasier.
Begin a discussion; shall we? I myself enjoyed Seinfeld and called Georgie Boy- “ ridiculous” and Kramer- “an alien.
” However, somewhere in my mind, Niles and Frasier were always more neighborly in comparison.

A journey of producing a paragraph excluding a specific symbol may seem hard ad hoc.
Using synonims, however (even from a long dead Roman language of medicine and science, as, per example – yeah, ad hoc) and avoiding some grammar forms may help one successfully accomplish such a deed, which I have hereby exemplified :)

Updated: 11.07.2019 — 10:54 am

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *