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Anarchy or Law?
1. Choose a side.
2. Write about it.
Choose ‘Anarchy’? – Your grammar must be perfect. (I’ll need some help here. So please comment on the entries you Grammar Nazis :)
Cooose ‘Law’? – Write how ever you wish. Don’t edit if you don’t want to. Don’t worry about grammer. Just write freely. (Write without restraint. Grammar Hippies will love you, man.)
3. Have fun. (Because ‘having fun’ is Anarchy’s Law!)
p.s. You’re welcome, 32
Okay I revised the challenge a bit. I think now it better represents ‘anarchy’ in writing – write however you want to – don’t worry about grammar – pretend it doesn’t exist.
Wow, that’s bad! Bad in a good sort of way though, because it shows what writing looks like without the constrains of grammar – or in the case of the challenge; it shows what writing looks like without law. Well done, 32. Thanks for the excellent example.
I don;t nundersant wny I havdto, aaaaa! I don;t understand htey I shave to, the limitatins for law. What is the prupose? THat lass dont make sense? My back spakce is worn out. I use to be able to type very vast, but on a laptop in a p;ro[[e dup in bed or upside donw on the couch, Geex.
Great Scott! I’ve got some research to do.
Anyone else need a primer:
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