The E Challenge

“I was scrolling and thinking what to put away for a post, I could not go forward, for i was hitting stops all through my way with this.. I could not go back too, for it is not in my habit, to throw away such a point.. Thus I was now thinking, how could I finish this without losing and how to win.. But with my brain churning, clock ticks away.. Till it’s past ticks I am to avail.. ”

Pheeeeew.. At last I’m at liberty to use as many e I wish and my mind is freeeeee from the heavy burden…

I know I moved past my granted 24 hours, yet it’s better late than never..

For the people, who is yet to come across this challenge, the rules of this challenge are as follows:

  1. Write a whole paragraph (a paragraph sounds easy right?) without any word containing the letter “e” (still easy for ya?)
  2. By reading this you are already signed up.

  3. Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge.

  4. They must do it within 24 hours or it is considered as failure.

  5. If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame.

  6. If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.

Few of my fellow bloggers have already been successful with this. I’m nominating the people mentioned below and you, yes the one reading this, is invited to participate in this.. For I’m eager to know, what you would come up with..

So my list of nominees are:





Yusra Gulab Jamman


Go away and kick out all ‘e’s, post away and let’s smileeeeeeeee.. 🙂

ஆதிரை ~ Aadhirai

8 thoughts on “The E Challenge

  1. It is an audacious task. But I will go for it. It is human rights violation that you want six humans to construct such a paragraph. It is a basic right of all humans to apply all thirty minus four pictographs for any paragraph. But now I am finding it too difficult in typing this paragraph with a major pictograph out of my hands. Anyway, I am at a full stop in my proposition for your confrontation. Thank you! You may try a paragraph without using A.

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    1. Wow.. Now, I’m pretty impressed with the wonderful reply, you typed in reply to mine.. But, why would you bother me with new one? It is downright disturbing, for now I should not be using the first letter, which is on my most used letter list.. Indeed, it is the first two letters of my sign.. Since you were so eloquent in your reply, I did try to give rest to my most used letter.. Let it be rested well enough to be strong, just like how ‘e’ sounds now.. Hope, I did complete it with this!! Hence, I throw it in to your court, to see how eloquent you might truly be, without my most precious letter…

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  2. It is much simpler to write without using your precious first letter. But it’s ok, here let me present the note without the first letter. It is difficult to type in English when you don’t possess the luxury to use noun modifiers. Though I feel it is much simpler to construct the note, it still hurts; one of the vowels should not be used. The writer doesn’t belong to the group of clever poets or witty writers, but here it is, the simple note in return to the question! Hope you get the see the first of my first stories tomorrow.

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