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04/13/2019 11:07:06 PM · #1
Shouldn’t this challenge have been under the “extended editing” rules, or is standard editing a challenge in itself?

04/13/2019 11:12:48 PM · #2
Originally posted by Neat:

Shouldn’t this challenge have been under the “extended editing” rules, or is standard editing a challenge in itself?

Standard Editing is a challenge in itself on this one :-)
04/14/2019 03:58:52 PM · #3
The real challenge is using fiction as a verb.

I feel like whoever wrote the description is fictioning me.
04/14/2019 04:01:45 PM · #4
Originally posted by posthumous:

The real challenge is using fiction as a verb.

Just take a picture of any political candidate speaking ... :-(
04/14/2019 05:05:11 PM · #5
Originally posted by posthumous:

The real challenge is using fiction as a verb.

I feel like whoever wrote the description is fictioning me.

That was in the dictionary :-) I was so stunned I decided to include it in the description. Fiction on, young man! The lie's the limit!
04/14/2019 08:37:50 PM · #6
not any real dictionary
04/14/2019 08:46:55 PM · #7
cite your source
04/14/2019 09:48:56 PM · #8
I give up :-) The definition was copied and pasted by me, but I can't search it up now, so it clearly is one of those fictional things that poltergeists do or somesuch...
04/14/2019 09:51:22 PM · #9
In any case, I have excised the offending tantalus. Everyone happy now? :-)
04/14/2019 10:00:38 PM · #10
does a bear fiction in the woods? ;-)
04/14/2019 10:01:50 PM · #11
Originally posted by skewsme:

does a bear fiction in the woods? ;-)

INCONCEIVABLE! "Fiction" is not a verb. You should know better :-)
04/14/2019 10:12:33 PM · #12
Originally posted by Webster's:

Fic"tion (?), n. [F. fiction, L. fictio, fr. fingere, fictum to form, shape, invent, feign. See Feign.]

1. The act of feigning, inventing, or imagining ...

It is derived from a verb, describes an action, and its synonym seems to be a verb ...
04/15/2019 02:00:33 PM · #13
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by posthumous:

The real challenge is using fiction as a verb.

I feel like whoever wrote the description is fictioning me.

That was in the dictionary :-) I was so stunned I decided to include it in the description. Fiction on, young man! The lie's the limit!


lol!
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