Do you ever just sit down to post to your blog and all that you can write are dull sentences in the passive voice about pretentious gobbledygook that no one would want to read anyway? Today I feel that way, and I hope that any and all fellow-bloggers reading this can relate. Therefore, in order to avoid such a disaster, I am now setting out to write a post about nothing.
I feel like this isn’t going to work. Even if I just flipped through a dictionary, picked random words and typed them up, some meaning would undoubtedly appear at some point. Here, I’ll demonstrate.
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Well, that was entertaining, although doubtless it will grow tiring after a few more sentences. But, to prove my point, it’s obvious that that was a paragraph about an advertising strategy for a musical board game involving robots, small, cultured towns, and competitive sports.
Hmm. This quest to write a post about nothing sure isn’t going too well. Does anyone have any ideas for how to remove the topics behind this post? No? In lieu of that, I’ll ask a few arbitrary questions, and maybe we can start a discussion.
What is the best way to convince pop stars to consider grammar when composing lyrics?
Is Latin truly a dead language? Would it be possible for us to resurrect it for modern everyday use?
Do you think we should try to prove that chocolate is a necessity for mental health and therefore should be handed out for free?
Should scientists be focusing more energy on time travel or dinosaur cloning?
What do you think of fandoms dividing among themselves? (For example: Harry Potter fans by Hogwarts House, Homestuck fans by god tier title, or fans of anything by “Team ____” in terms of love triangles.) Is it beneficial, or does it just create hard feelings?