This was to continue our previous blog, it was getting too long. Brevity is key these days. And some of us go on & on & on, like yours truly here. I have been diagnosed with an illness dubbed "graphomania". And I apologize for my next reaction acronym, acrimoniously? Acrimoniously not!: LOL.
Who has graphomania? What is it? Is that even coined as a term? I see it underlined in red. Alexa? Never mind.
As in Merriam-Webster ?
It's the same link, each one above. Don't bother clicking if you haven't, unless you must. Must what? The definition is copied below.
There is a yellow line grammar-warning under "Must what?" above. Must be a verb missing or the subtext or subject or whatever it is. Really? No line under "Must be a verb missing". So there. There what? Where?
The noun is implied. Smacked with a blue line for passive voice, as in is implied. What am I implying? That I am a noun? There there. There must be a verb missing. Because words aren't repeating, like in "There there", or where? A comma: There, there. It's fine. It's graphomania. Panic disorder!
Back to our definition, or rather, Merriam's. As in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. It's my favorite, because I am biased.
grapho·ma·nia | \ ˌgraf-ō-ˈmā-nē-ə, -nyə \
Medical Definition of graphomania
: a compulsive urge to write
Other Words from graphomania
graphomaniac \ -nē-ˌak \ noun
OK, that's it for now. Bye-bye. End of blog. Over & Out. The compulsion to write has exited, stage right.