What is the longest piece of writing you ever did?

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  1. Sonic Angel Knight

    Sonic Angel Knight GBAtemp Legend

    May 27, 2016
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    New York
    So apprently i remember getting complaints about how much i say in my post here, ignoring those complaints, i just thought to myself, i'm sure others have to write long papers or pages of things. So what is your longest thing you remember making? Report for school homework or essay, news, journal, diary, notes on a subject, comments on a forum, office work, a speech.... Anything you can remember being the longest piece of writing you ever did. Could be paper and pencil, text on a keyboard using some computer device.

    Also i think @FAST6191 has said more than i ever could at one time or (in any comment on this forum) and he deserves to be acknowledge for respect and sharing his wisdom. :)

    I'm sure there probably others who say as much i haven't noticed yet but still respected.

    So far i think 4 grade report about frogs or turtles i think was very long, since i had a crush on my teacher and wanted to impress her. :shy:
  2. VinsCool

    VinsCool Receditur a Veritate

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    I have shittons of handwritten pieces of anything I did. It's all in French though. I planned to write something entirely in English, someday, when the inspiration strikes my subconcious and creative mind :P
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  3. Demifiend

    Demifiend The bored one

    Mar 20, 2015
    Back in middle school I wrote a notebook of Universal History, that is easily, the longest thing I've written for something by hand, I wrote everything about the Persians, Romans, Middle Age, Industrial Revolution, Renaissance, WW1 & 2, etc. Due to how much I loved studying history (as it was my favorite course back in my school), I wrote several pages, I spent hours and hours from 7PM until 2AM non-stop until I had everything that I needed, the quantity was pretty big too, I probably wrote about maybe 500 to 700 pages with 30 to 40 lines each page.

    Good times indeed.
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  4. _Chaz_

    _Chaz_ GBAtemp's Official Mook™

    Sep 12, 2009
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    This post.
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  5. nxwing

    nxwing GBAtemp Addict

    Jul 22, 2013
    The Capital
    I did a 10 page back-to-back compositon for English class just a few weeks ago.
  6. RevPokemon

    RevPokemon GBATemp's 3rd Favorite Transgirl

    Aug 24, 2014
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    The longest project I have ever done was only about 3000 words so I have not really written long works except for just my own pleasure but I do not consider them to count
  7. Bad Bunny

    Bad Bunny Idol from Japan

    Feb 27, 2016
    Translate Ash, Alba and Luise story into end from days of memories 2 games.
  8. Tom Bombadildo

    Tom Bombadildo Honk!

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    Jul 11, 2009
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    I forgot
    I used to write quite a bit when I was in high school, usually short stories and stuff. I think the most I ever wrote was a 50 page short story (though it was 1.5 spaced, so probably more like 30 or so realistically).

    But, unfortunately, just about everything was lost when one of the HDDs in my old desktop died on me. I think a few teachers held on to some hard copies I made of the story, but I can't be assed to get any of it back.
  9. Wellington2k

    Wellington2k DO YOU HAS?

    Nov 1, 2010
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    Somewhere in this world of ours
    76 page design document on a software system due in one week. ...I'm dying. :rofl2:
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