As a college student, I know a thing or two about minimum page counts. Sometimes, right when you think you’ve written the perfect essay, you realize you’re still a page and a half below the requirement, and the clock is ticking.
What’s a student to do? Some have resorted to crafty methods like bumping up the font size of periods, commas, and other punctuation, while others out of desperation have added extra indents or spare lines between paragraphs with the hopes that teachers and professors will overlook the “errors.” But for all the struggling students out there, I am proud to highlight a new, far more effective method that will help you add meaningless fluff to meager papers.
Enter the Center for Disease Control’s recently released “Preferred Terms for Select Population Groups & Communities.” Beyond just over-complicating common terms, the guide also needlessly extends regular words into multi-part word salads that are sure to beef up a struggling student’s
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