dkm1new wrote:Maybe I'm just extra b!tchy cuz the friggin easter bunny jacked my entire case of Old Milwaukee (America's best tasting beer) last nite. But that write-up, like, sncked like a Dyson Ball Upright like sumthin awful.
I fear for the future of writing like things if this is like the best we can squeeze out of a MFA? Like are you kidding me?
I had to go wash my mouth out with bourbon after merely reading it. Woot Gods, please tell us you won't do that again. Or at least proofread it before you put it up there.
I know it was all about like being lazy and everything, not that your writers don't deserve some time out of the office (say, a month in rehab) but like Geez...
Well, for one, The Beast is easily the worst beer in America. That aside, I agree with your cleverly worded opinion on this MFA student's writing. The extent of their writing education seemed to be the dictionary definition of a simile. I have never since my young teenage sisters cell phone seen the word "like" said so many times. I like the idea of students writing the write ups, that I hold no qualms with, but I do request, at least, a more well educated student. 'Twas a poor write up I say. 'Twas impoverished indeed.