Culture: Language: Alphabet
Lipogram Day   (+3, -2)  [vote for, against]
A day without U+0045.

This post may look slightly odd at first. "What would signify such a thing?", you ask? In fact, in this post, I didn't think of using a particular symbol of Roman script that's fifth from A to Z. This is actually most common out of all symbols in our British way of talking, causing difficulty if it is not in works of writing. Many books of this kind historically spring up in such a way, most famously "Gadsby" by Wright. I say that during a day-long bloc, all major public distributors of information should follow this law. How a crowd (that is, a main mass or majority of humans) would find this unusual "holiday" would contain a singular opportunity for many laughs, if only for an all-knowing minority.
-- DrWorm, Jul 14 2010

So, you want to have a day without the letter 'E'?

-- Cedar Park, Jul 14 2010


I am aghast to think that think this idilic notion is but a cranial fancy and claim that it should, nay, Will, soon blossom forth as a quantum probability.

..and am also lost as to what U+0045 could possibly stand for.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jul 14 2010

//U+0045 could possibly stand for// paragraph breaks.
-- FlyingToaster, Jul 14 2010

So, not a special day when you send cards with messages like

"Some people say that you're obese//But who cares what they think?//You could apply for subsidies//As a mobile carbon sink"

-- MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2010

Why fish? Lipography isn't that hard. Any guy with a laptop and a good vocabulary could do what I'm doing right now.
-- DrWorm, Jul 14 2010

ae o, u I e ou ou aae iou ooa.
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 14 2010

Ee, Aee see thee poeent yee maeek, eeven eef Aee weel faeel een eet's eemplementateeon
-- pocmloc, Jul 14 2010

So not a day when everyone has to go around dressed in a huge pair of foam rubber lips then? Shame. I would've voted for that.
-- DrBob, Jul 14 2010

[mark-for-abolition] "All of us should..." ?
-- pertinax, Jul 14 2010

yay for [DrBob]'s idea! or those big, red wax lips!
-- xandram, Jul 14 2010

//what U+0045 could possibly stand for//

Well, the ASCII for 'E' is 45 in Hex, and the Unicode switch for PC keyboards, plus those numbers, should result in the printing of the Latin Capital letter 'E'.
-- Cedar Park, Jul 17 2010

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