Affect vs Effect

October 2, 2009
By SurvivoroftheWorld GOLD, Malvern, Pennsylvania
SurvivoroftheWorld GOLD, Malvern, Pennsylvania
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The answer to my riddle is the letter n ;)


Affect can mean effect and effect doesn’t mean affect
You can affect an effect but you can’t effect an affect
Or maybe you can effect an affect but that would affect my poem
Anyway, Affect is a verb and effect is a noun
Only affect can be a noun and effect can be a verb
Sometimes affect can be effect and effect can be affect
But that is only when the sentence would affect the effect
So are you confused?
How does this effect affect you?


The author's comments:
Well I wanted to make a piece that used two words that sounded alike and had almost the same meanings and make people think about and be like wait what? Hopefully you get it, because I still sorta don't haha. I am 98% sure that the information is correct. Let me know :)

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on Jan. 10 2012 at 6:01 am
Winters_Willow SILVER, Beijing, Other
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"Treat others the way you wish to be treated." ~Ghandi
"You are the worst pirate I've ever heard of." "Ah, but you've heard of me." ~Pirates of the Caribbean
"A man who has never done anything wrong, has never tried anything new." ~Albert Einstein

I really like your work! This one was confusing but amusing! ;P


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