- Do not use, unnecessary, commas.
- Do not use a foreign word when there is an adequate English quid pro quo.
- Do not use hyperbole; not even one in a million can do it effectively.
- Don’t repeat yourself and avoid being repetitive.
- Don’t use no double negatives. The double negative is a no-no.
- Don’t be redundant; don’t use more words than necessary; it’s highly superfluous.
- Don’t indulge in sesquipedalian lexicological constructions.
- Don’t overuse exclamation marks!!!
- Don’t repeat yourself, or say again what you have said before.
- “Don’t use unattributed quotations”.
Source: Eats, Shites & Leaves by A Parody
Bob · May 28, 2015 at 10:32 am
1. Don’t put apostrophe’s in plural’s.
2. Don’t use it’s when you really mean its, or her’s when you mean hers, or your when you mean you’re.
3. And never start a sentence with a conjunction. But I do it all the time.
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