A to Z Blogging

J – Jargon

This year at Brewing Coffee, Twisting Words & Breaking Pencils my theme is “this year I am writing a novel.” So, in light of that I decided to try and keep to the theme a bit with my A to Z topic. I decided on using writing words that start with each letter of the alphabet to create short posts.


J – Jargon

Jargon definition from google (noun): special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group and are difficult for others to understand.

By Shari Marshall – April 2021 A to Z Challenge

** Credit for the comics in this post go to the names listed on each image with the exception of the writers box image which can be credited to Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for March 03, 1995 – GoComics


9 thoughts on “J – Jargon

  1. I love the one with the missing comma! Don’t know why, but I’ve always found those kinds of “mistakes” hilarious, perhaps because they are not meant to be funny at all.
    Nice theme, good luck with your writing!

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