Isn't there a book that was written without the use of the letter "e"?
@PeenWentz, thr was a post about it a whil ago. Th book was ovr 300 pags or somthing lik that
@PeenWentz, yes, I forget what is is though.
@PeenWentz, yes. I believe it's "The Great Gatsby". I could be wrong
@BeastItalian, considering great has an e in it I'd have to say your wrong.
@EarlSweat, I saw what you did there
@BeastItalian, The book is called "Gatsby." You were close.
@PeenWentz, beastltalian was close. It is actually called "Gadsby"
@PeenWentz, it was probably not Canadadian, eh?
@PeenWentz, it was written in French and then translated into English.
@PeenWentz, It's called "A Void." It was originally in French but the translations avoid e too.
@Chungmunky, Sorry I downvoted you, I misread the conversation
@SimonPetrikov, No worries.
@PeenWentz, It was a fvcking science fiction novel. That's just mental
@PeenWentz, That moment where you remember a funnypics post long, long ago.
@PeenWentz, to answer your question, yes. The book was entitled 'gatsby'. Irrelevant to the movie, 'the great gatsby' but a fantastic read, I highly recommend it!
@PeenWentz, the great gatsby. He letter E didn't work on his type writer, so he just didn't use E
@PeenWentz, Gadsby. I forget the author though... It's not the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, that's The Great Gatsby.
@PeenWentz, your name. I like it. Another! ...No but seriously, you have a great username, outcast kid
Oh my God that also means that every book I've ever read had words! *rethinks life* *becomes drug dealer*
@877CashNow, You mean to tell me books are made of words and words are made of letters? WAT.
@877CashNow, Don't pretend you don't like your own comments.
@Cheese Domination, I'm not...
@Cheese Domination, pretending that is
@Cheese Domination, it's not a problem to upvote your own comments, it's a problem to downvote everyone else for no reason..
Actually, Ernest Vincent Wright published Gadsby. A 50000 word novel without the letter e.
If we think our generation is so advanced for inventing new technologies think about the first people to create words and language, they had to associate a bunch of random sounds and noises to associate meanings with objects and actions
@I Punt Pugs, this is deep think about it. Who decided to call a cucumber a cucumber and not a dildo?
@noodles8, there's a difference?
@I Punt Pugs, I suggest reading The Mother Tongue, English and how it got that way, by Bi Bryson. It's all about that sort of stuff and is really entertaining.
@I Punt Pugs, our generation has invented some some words...like derp...and such
@noodles8, "anything is a dildo if you're brave enough"
I fell like the person in the picture. But I was on an escalator. Turns out you can get sucked in through the bottom after all. It's another portal to narnia.
False. Ernest Vincent Wright wrote the novel "Gadsby", a 50,110-word story, without using the letter E.
Actually Gatsby has over 50,000 words, none of which contain the letter e
But your whole body is just a combination of four letters.
You're assuming every book we've read is in the Greco-Roman alphabet. What if it was in Japanese?
What if you are bilingual?
I look at the comments for something funnier to realize that there are no comments yet
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That's nothing, every organism on earth is made of the same four "letters" in different combinations
Sorry grammar nazi's. Punctuation marks are apparently not in any books.
@EverRush, because you stole them to put in inappropriate places. *Nazis
Ehhh wrong! Nice try come again.
Unless I'm Chinese...
What if the books had send q letter to a person
Same as Tumblr posts, but we keep reading those
Everything that you read is just a different combination of 26 letters
@TheAmishKid, False. For example, there is no k, p, q, w, x or z in your comment, therefore it is a combination of only 20 letters.
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My while life is a lie. Oh wait, I don't read haha nevermind. My life rocks
@Note book page, whole not while. My bad