Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Can you imagine a world without hypothetical situations?

Prepositions are terrible things to end a sentence with. Avoid cliches like the plague. Actually, comparisons are as bad as cliches. Go around the barn at high noon to avoid colloquialisms. And most importantly....

Always avoid alliteration.

5 comments:

Brandon Sandifer said...

Quite lovely my friend!

andrew.lewis said...
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andrew.lewis said...

So I was a jerk and corrected your grammar, stating that "Always avoid alliteration" is actually an example of assonance.

Except, upon looking it up, I discovered that assonance can be considered a form of alliteration, so you're okay after all. :-)

Fun times...

jim thompson said...

whats funny andrew is that somebody already did that to me. then, sara and i went and looked it up and obviously drew the same conclusions. we're huge nerds and we love it.

wilmartin said...

brilliant.