This is the kind of post that many people reading it when it goes posted will shrug their shoulders and say, “OK ‘Snark whatever” and go about their day.
Because most of you aren’t in essay-writing mode right now (though you should be!!!).
And even if you are in essay-writing mode, the point we’re going to talk about today is likely going to fly straight over your head unless you are knee-deep in essay-writing h3ll where you’re trying to REALLY make an incredible essay when EssaySnark keeps telling you that the drafts you’ve been submitting are not it.
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This is the type of post that EssaySnark will be likely sending along as a reference to many many BSers in the future.
For now, if you’re reading this at the time it was first published, and you’re a member of the EssaySnark blahg, you might want to click that little “favorites” button here at the bottom, to keep this post in your list for later on. You may realize as you’re knee-deep in essays when the deadlines are hitting in a week, that you need to be reminded of why not to tell your reader that you “collaborated” on something, and find new ways to phrase it instead.