Or you could just put in the extra fifty eight words that your essay needs by writing a few more sentences. If you’ve already put the six hundred and forty two words in, then just finish up and bask in the glow of a job well done. In fact, this rambling paragraph is exactly fifty eight words long.
@Kamitha, *starts counting*
@WelI Obviously, *giggles evilly*
@WelI Obviously, gimme a drink
@Kamitha, Gosh darn magnificent bastard!
@Kamitha, 700 words is nothing.
@DandyZombie35, I agree but I’m also kind of a blabbermouth.
@Kamitha, Oh, well in that case 700 words is too many and you should be ashamed.
@DandyZombie35, Shame is my game, my friend.
@Kamitha, and a handy tips don't use any combined words, like you've, or don't, or haven't. Instead write you have, do not, and have not. Easily adds an extra 5-10% of the word count.
.... but that's one word?
You can figure something out, life is mainly bsing your way out of things
My friend tried this but forgot he had to print the document and hand it in.
A 700 word essay is so tiny
And also take away all contracted words, so 'isn't' isn't 'isn't', it is 'is not'. Thank the lort for grammar.
Isn’t there also a trick where you can make the periods a different font size from the rest of the text, which subtly lengthens the essay?
@TriangleTesticles, that only helps if you need to meet a page # requirement, it doesn’t affect word count.
What an intellectual, he must chronically watch Rick and morty