Daily Prompt: 25 Letters – There are 26 letters in the English language, and we need every single one of them. Want proof? Choose a letter and write a blog post without using it.

This is my first attempt at a Daily Post challenge. All of the letters of the alphabet are indeed necessary, but if I had to get rid of one of them it would be the last one. I’m not allowed to say it in this post but we all know what it is. There’s really no need to have it in there, except to tell if someone is sleeping. Or to spell xylophone or xenophobia. Or just to show off to the Greek Alphabet

“Look at my alphabet, it has twenty-six letters as opposed to your twenty-four. I’m so ostentatious.” I don’t know if some other language has twenty-five letters, and I don’t care enough about it to open another window to Google it. But I think twenty-six letters makes us sound long-winded. Like we have so much stuff to say. I mean we do have a lot to say, it’s just that ninety percent of it relates to Honey Boo Boo. We really need to clean up our act. I think the easiest way to do that is to shorten our alphabet. Fewer letters, fewer words = more action.

Although I guess fewer letters, fewer words = less action in the blogosphere, or the dreaded writers block if you will, so maybe we should go back to the drawing board on that. Do people still use drawing boards or is that a thing of the past? There are so many apps out there that someone must have come up with a drawing board app by now. I’m going to check that out, so nobody take that idea and run off with it. DIBS!!! I called dibs, so that is legally binding to everyone everywhere always. Look for billmcmorrow.com’s drawing board app for iPhone, Android and Windows phones.

When you carry the drawing board with you, you’ll never have to go back to it.

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  2. Bill,

    I’m nominating you for President.


  3. Bravo! Well, time for a nap. Better catch a few xxx’s

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