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. (Feeling really brave? Make it a vowel!)
This is going to be a challenge, especially when you know you need all your vowels. In the Spanish language we have an extra letter ñ and a few years ago someone suggested eliminating the letter. The people who speak the language where upset since we have a few words where we use the letter ñ. Example: “cuñado”, mañana, año, muñeca, etc. My point here is we need all the letters in the alphabet.
However, today writing this prompt, I will try to eliminate a vowel and trying to be brave. Let’s see how it sounds.
Hxllx and Gxxd Mxrnxng:
X’m tryxng to wrxtx thxs prxmpt xnd xxcxsx mx xf yxx dxn’t xndxrstxnd xnx wxrd.
My brain is getting crazy trying to figure this out. Okay I’m sorry. I have to stop its driving me crazy. I think I failed the challenge.
See you later and byx.
4 thoughts on “No vowels”
I lxvx xt! Thanks for working my brain/eye coordination 🙂
thank you 🙂
I was thinking of the same thing a while ago (putting an * to replace the vowel). But I finished a post without the A!
It was fun just to think How I will do it…thank you for commenting.
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