The Official Writing Challenge
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11/14/15
Flippin' 'eck. How could anyone pack so much information into 750 words! I've learned more history in this short piece than I ever did at school - the difference being that your version was far more entertaining and reduced me to fits of giggles. Thanks for the chuckles, whoever you are...
11/14/15
This is amazing. I agree, how did you pack so much information into 750 words?

Great job.
11/14/15
Well I don’t exactly know how to define this perspective on the subject...sort of a homophone perspective? What I do know is it is clever, creative, informative, witty and humorous all wrapped in one and I agree with Danielle and Trudy...you sure packed an incredible amount for the reader to take in and mull over in this complex and skillfully presented piece! Great job!
11/14/15
Verry punny. I'm groaning. And laughing. And loving your craftily written essay,
There really is only one person who could have written this ;) Funny, clever and informative in equal measure, this is brilliant! Very well done!
11/15/15
You sure to get a lot of information packed into your entry. I learned a lot about papyrus-interesting history. Your use of puns was fun to read.
11/15/15
Only you,Noel, could write that piece :-) I have never found a piece be so informative and , simultaneously, so entertaining! Bravo!
11/19/15
So you! : )

God bless~
Brilliant writing again from the Ballarat chaplain to the car sports enthusiasts - young men in red-utes!
11/22/15
Congratulations, Noel.

I thoroughly enjoyed your timely humor.
Noel, Ingenious writing. Your creativity knows no bounds. I was wondering if you could get papercuts from papyrus. Congratulations on your well-deserved honor.