Words, words, words. This weekend’s assignment falls into the fun & games category and is guaranteed to make you think about your word choices.
The challenge: write a paragraph of instructions using six sentences. Sounds easy, right? Not so fast. No words in your composition can be repeated. Contractions and their spelled out counterparts (frex: you are/you’re) count as duplicates. Thesaurus flipping is fine.
Need an example? Reread previous passage.
The Weekend Super-Duper Show and Tell Challenge:
What’s the longest paragraph can you create without repeating words? It doesn’t have to be perfect English, but it shouldn’t be nonsensical either. Give it a go, post it on your blog, then add a link in the comments here.