How to write a manifesto.

Today, we write a manifesto.

Today, our second sentence starts with the first word of the first sentence.

We write a short sentence.

Then a shorter one.

Then a really, really long one that maybe doesn’t make any sense but is immediately followed by




Then we make our point even clearer.

By using fragmented prepositional phrases.

By repeating that first preposition.

By doing it a total of three times.

And then we have another really long sentence that builds up excitement for our overarching concept that is summed up in a word that makes absolutely no sense.


The original Manifesto-manifesto was written by Kim Mok, see it here.

Enjoyed this? In a similar vain, please do watch Charley Brooker’s ‘How to report the news’