Allergic to E Challenge

So, AbyssBrain nominated me for this challenge. While I was trying to write something that would make sense, I realized that this is quite challenging and cruel. I also wondered if he hates me. I am quite sure that whatever that I have written is no less than a disaster, but that is all I could come up with.

Here are the rules of the challenge:

  1. Write a whole paragraph (a paragraph sounds easy right?) without any word containing the letter β€œe” (still easy for ya?)
  2. By reading this you are already signed up.
  3. Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge. They must do it within 24 hours or it is considered as failure.
  4. If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame.
  5. If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.

( I am so going to the Page of Lame, which also has e, what a shame for the one who came up with this kind of challenge.)Β 

Here is work of a person allergic to E, (Aachoo!!)

I was always a bright pupil. My miss had always said that I was brilliant. My bro had an antipathy to my outstanding marks and applauds I got. Sadly, on an unlucky day, I lost out to him, owing to a stupid fact that I had a no know-how of syllabary!

Here my nominations : ( You all can hate me!)


103 thoughts on “Allergic to E Challenge

  1. Thanks for the response πŸ™‚

    Yes, it’s ironic that “Page of Lame/Fame” have e’s πŸ˜€

    It should have been something like “Hall of Cool” and “Hall of Noobs”.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Without e. I can imagine it took a lot of trial and re-editing. Thanks visit my blog. When I write a poem I usually do same syllabic count for each line and it takes a while too esp with a dozen or so lines.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. That’s amazing! A paragraph without using it. (damn! Writing the first sentence without e was too much πŸ˜‰ )
    See, now you know that’s a superb job done there and it made sense too! Best Wishes

    Liked by 1 person

  4. A 300 page novel was once written by a French writer. The awesome thing about that novel is that the only two “e”s it contained were in the Author’s name on the cover. A novel with no “e”! That too in French where use of “e” is much more than in English.

    And then came its English translation, “A Void”. Again with no “e”s. This time, perhaps the writer’s name even was deprived of “e”s.

    Both are world record holders for the “e”-allergic texts.


  5. This is the most wittiest challenge I ever came across πŸ˜› And you did it so wonderfully. Never did I ever think, What will i write without an ‘e’.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. LOL! Now I know the true suffering you spoke of! I liked how you were able to twist the English language to a quaint voice without any “e’s.” You are a champion wordsmith! πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Mary, These look so Yummy good! I just love using ground pork. It has so much flavor. I might just crank the heat down a little, for me. This will cetainly be on StoneGable's menu!As always you always bring the best to the blog!Yvonne


Share your thought

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s