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Sunday, 22 June 2014

365 Days of Writing - No, Thank You

If I had the power to eliminate a word, I would have a lot of choices.
But the final choice would be “Swear”

Meaning of Swear

Make a solemn statement or promise undertaking to do something or affirming that something is the case.

Why would I want to do that?

The answer is pretty simple.
In today’s time where truth and honesty has a stronger competitor in lies and deception,
The usage of the word “Swear” has lost its value.
People use this word for almost anything and everything.


·         Swear on your mom and dad.
·         Swear on me.
·         Swear on God.
·         Etc.

It doesn’t make sense, does it?

When a person has decided to lie, you can make him or her swear on their unborn children, and still they will lie.
So what’s the use of keeping such a word when it is just used to get away with a situation?

This is what my thoughts are.
I would love to know which word you would want to eliminate from general usage.
Awaiting your replies.

This post is a part of the 365 Days of Writing by Wordpress Editors

June 22: No, thank you
If you could permanently ban a word from general usage, which one would it be? Why?
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Lancelot is a 24 year old post grad who one day was so bored of his life, that he started to write. The writing he thought would be a one time thing. It's been over a year and the writing has never stopped. Professionally in the field of finance, Lancelot aspires to make his family and himself proud. In his free time, Lancelot loves eating food, reviewing them on Zomato, watching various TV sit-coms, writing of course, playing the keyboard music app on his smartphone, reading crime-murder-mystery... maybe romance novels sometimes, watching a lot of sporting events and making time for his near and dear ones. 

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