SuperWriter is here to save you readers from some dark, dismal, and inappropriate writing.
I know you’ve been suffering, and your cries for help have gone unanswered.
The kingdom of readers has been under attack since the ‘dawn of writing’ cast its first light. What started out as an initiative to entertain, inform, and educate gradually turned into a bombardment of thoughts, facts, insecurities, and presumptions. Keep on Reading!
Hey, why so glum? Oh, is it because you’re a Writer bum? Well, maybe you should stop beating that Writer Drum, and just drown yourself in a bottle of rum.
What!! Who you calling scum? I’m as dumb as you are for lounging in the Writer’s Slum.
Writers really are a funny lot…Whether it’s you, me, or Ben Apricot.
Never heard of him? Neither have I…And that’s how we all will probably die.
Unknown, Unrecognized, with dreams in our hearts, and faded stars in our eyes.
An Ideal life…An Ideal partner…An Ideal child…An Ideal job…
All of us have grown up in a Real world with Real people and Real emotions.
Yet how many of us have been fed Ideal stories, shown Ideal scenarios, and pushed to follow an Ideal path?
Many! MANY! MAAANNYY!!
Ideal is really an ideal word in itself.
Perfect, supreme, flawless, these words don’t even match up to the class and respect that their synonymous cousin ‘Ideal’ radiates. Ideal has been the center stage attraction of all worldly drama since the beginning of time and its tick-tock ways.
Fake this, fake that…
He’s fake, she’s fake, everyone’s fake fake!
How many times have you come across the word FAKE in your daily life?
As time progresses, and lives seem to be getting more complicated, people have acquired a new label or characteristic – FAKE.
According to the Oxford Dictionary, one of the definitions of the word FAKE is –
Claiming to be something that one is not.
How many of you write for a living?
How many of you write to fulfill a deep passion?
How many of you write for fun?
How many of you don’t write at all?
Have I pretty much covered a major percentage of the population?
I write professionally…so that makes me a writer…and I also write because…I’m not much of a talker. Keep on Reading!
Who hasn’t heard or read about the Me Too movement?
Me, a word that acts as a reference to oneself, the self that one learns to accept and love, and save from harm’s way since the beginning of one’s life. Too, a word that means also, or in addition to. However, when ‘Me’ and ‘Too’ are combined – Me Too – these two tiny words lose their simple natures to adopt a much greater and horrifying complexity.
Hey! It’s so NICE to see you again! What have you NICE folk been up to? I hope some really NICE stuff.
NICE weather…NICE shoes…NICE attitude…oooohh, that’s so NIIIIICE!
How many of you are stuck on the word NICE? Is NICE really so nice? And what makes you think that since you are inclined towards NICE, that that makes you a NICE person too?
Okay, that wasn’t very NICE!
A writer and a reader are destined to bond over a plethora of words.
WORDS bring the two together, and initiate them into a close yet undefinable relationship. A writer’s purpose is incomplete without a reader. And a reader is just a reader by name if he or she has nothing to read.
Yet when it comes down to understanding one another, a writer and reader don’t seem to speak the same language.
It’s as if writers are from MARS, and readers are from VENUS.
I’m just going to be extremely blunt with you. You’re going to DIE, and you should consider yourself damn LUCKY!
WHAT!! You think I’m crazy! OHHH!!! What did I tell you about using foul language?!! If you’re so cool, why don’t you threaten DEATH with some BAD WORDS, and make it run away?!!
Not so simple, IS IT??
According to most people, death isn’t a topic worth discussing. It’s not like you’re going to sit in a bar, sip an ice-cold beer, and frivolously discuss the END OF YOUR LIFE. Keep on Reading!
When languages were being developed, every aspect of verbal and written communication had to be carefully considered and drafted. Each language had to be complete within itself.
So the GOOD, the BAD, and the UGLY had to be taken care of in an adequate number of words. And since the UGLY could not be fairly conveyed with just a few negatively defined words, along came the evil SLANG and its wicked brother FOUL LANGUAGE. Keep on Reading!