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Ten Tips for Better Writing
1. All ways use a spilling check her. While these does naught guarantee that you’re spelling will bee purr fit, it can one lee help.
2. Say what you mean and mean what you say.
This is harder than you think.
If you can’t get away with making it appear like this, fake it -- but make sure you do not get caught.
3. Always proofread your work to see if you have any words out.
4. Be more or less specific.
5. Do NOT overuse or misuse those exclamation marks!!!!!!!
6. When writing a research paper or any report for work or school, use can use fonts like Helvetica and Arial to take up extra space.
The greatest and most readable space hogging font ever invented (owned by Bill Gates of course), therefore it is entirely legal and accepted by all institutions and teachers, is Verdana. If you change the font type and style you use to Verdana 12, the size of your paper will only increase.
You can also make your paper space and a half in line height, versus just double spaced.
7. Avoid using contractions such as don’t, -- instead, just spell out the whole word. This way, it takes up more space and helps wear down your reader, which means that they are more likely to then come around to your point of view.
This could prove vital if it is your superior or your teacher who you are trying to convince, or half of the women in the Czech Republic.
8. Prepare to give away or throw out one or two points that you do not mind losing or having to admit that you were "wrong" on. Their consequence is nil, but their value as throwaways is strategic.
By conceding one or two points, you will get the other side to think that you are "reasonable" and they will concede even more to you. It will be "their" choice, and it really will!
9. Always have a woman on standby to back you up if you want a second opinion. In fact, threaten to pick up the phone and call one who will agree only with you, if such drastic measures are necessary.
10. Always make them think that it is their idea, instead of yours.
Jokes: Some More Great Oxymorons
Oxymorons are two words which either go against or contradict each other. In other words, both of them cannot be true. Here are some great examples:
1. Communist - Leader
2. Paid - Volunteer
3. Taped - Live
4. True - Story
6. Civil - War
7. Even - Odds
8. Stand - Down
9. Unsung - Hero
10. Free - Love
11. European - Community
12. Noble - Savage
13. Socialist - Market economy
14. Vaguely - Familiar
15. Small - Crowd
16. Ethical - Politician
17. Curved - Line
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