Laconic/Haiku

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Rule: The short the text,
better for all, remember.
All pretty simple.

And now in English:
The shorter the article,
The better it is.

—Hydro Globus

Omit Needless Words.
[Rest of Haiku form blank for
Obvious reasons]

—Johnny E (edited by SAMAS)

Five syllables here.
Seven syllables here next.
Five syllables here.

—Wanderlust Warrior

A useful device.
For pages where you would say
"Too long, did not read."

—Mswordx23

Reading hurts your brain?
Read the laconic wiki
Your brain will thank you.

—Rich Reeders

Read the short version
Then, for the links, visit the
Unabridged version.

—themike

Our shortened page text.
You want more information?
Unabridged version.

Short as possible
. . . . . . .
. . . . .

—Rickied