Thought: rules for blogging on the Scafverse

here are a few simple rules that everybody should adhere to when blogging: All parenthetical remarks (however relevant) are unnecessary. Don't use a foreign word when there's an adequate English coup de maƮtre. Exaggeration is a billion times worse than understatement. Always be more or less specific. Proofread carefully to make sure you haven't any words out. Avoid cliches like the plague - they're old hat. Don't repeat yourself or say again what you have previously said before.

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5 Responses to Thought: rules for blogging on the Scafverse

  1. Mahaila McKellar says:

    I can’t think of anything worthy enough to express how I feel about your rules :) I do have tears of laughter streaming down my face, tho.

  2. Mahaila McKellar says:

    Stuart says: “scafaliciousness is all in your mind, as long as you don’t think about it” :) … and … “you have nothing to fear, but beer itself.” :)

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