Writing like this, with a strict word count, is something that only people of a ceramic mind should do.
I meant to right ‘certain disposition’ in that last paragraph, but my device corrected my words incorrectly. I left it there as a memorial to the good old days of pen, paper, and ink; quill, ink, and parchment; or, stick, wall, and the need to record the days feats.
NB I have, since creating this new form, realised that it has a certain amount of problems inherent within it – one of which is the lack of space to expand ideas; the other is
the need to have multiple paragraphs, when, in fact, you could just write it all in one paragraph, or even just a very long sentence.
However, there is no use crying over spilt—