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This is a cool article Cj, but I think this is suitable for younger readers – particular to those whose age are 17 below. As I said recently, you should pick the right font size and typeface to make your text much readable.
Anyway, I have fun reading your article, I remember my mom holding a slipper whenever she gets mad at me – and then you know what will happen next.
This ‘laugh out loud’ some kind of article deserve a grade like this – 96
Your usual way of presenting your article really hurts the eyes of the readers. In plain terms, you need to consider its readability, first and foremost. I understand that you want to create a different way of attracting your readers. However, creativity doesn’t need to sacrifice the content of the article. Once the readers weren’t able to decipher it visually, the tendency is an unread story.
And I’m sorry to say that I wasn’t able to read your article well.
But based on some of what I read, I got confused on who’s really your readers. Some of your tips are pertaining to kids but later on I read alcohol and condom?
Be careful on the subliminal message that you can convey on your article. As a writer, we bear that responsibility. There is a reality on it. But what if parents will read this? Although there are warnings on each tips, the possibility of wrong message is still there.
I understand too that you veer away from that gushy, mushy story of mothers. But it is also a good try if you somehow show your sentimental side as a writer because even without an enumerated tips, definitely, readers will learn out of it.
Your grade is 90. 🙂
Cj, to tell you honestly, I didn’t read every words on this kind of output. It hurts my eyes so much. Yeah! Kia Obang is right of saying you should consider the readability of the article. I’m sorry but it really annoys me and you disappoint me. I told you before to make the text more readable but what happened? You didn’t listen. Anyway, please make sure next time to focus more on the content not too much with the creativity.
Hee is your grade…
Nash De Leon
Here are my points:
I love the stench of humor infused in your article. It was very interesting and fun reading which is a good thing for readers. I was able to read and understand the whole article. However, I’m afraid the others would still find it hard to read and have a grasp of your article because of its diminutive font size. In addition to that observation, you lack a conclusion for your article. I suggest you refrain from using those slang English terms like momma and yah. I guess it was appropriate for the article. But I suggest you refrain yourself from using them. Be very careful with the use of words like condoms. This is the internet and anyone from the youngest of all children could read your article. That part in which you said the word condoms somehow suggests sexual intercourse as something okay. It is okay to do it as long as your in the proper age. SO be careful with the meanings you want to project. Nonetheless, I again applaud you for thinking inside of the box when everybody was thinking outside of it.
Readability is the first thing that you need to consider when making an article, your output is colorful yet creative but I can’t read it.
Among others you picked a different angle but as i was reading your article I got confused with some part and also I could not determine who’s your target reader but I can trace it because of the use of word like condom which in fact not for teens but for adult.
anyway observe the use of words.
I was excited when I learned that you uploaded again your article, because like what I’ve said on my 1st comment, you should change the font size. But when I tried reading your second post, I was disappointed, because I can’t still read some parts of your article.
I like how you presented your story in a very creative way, but don’t ever sacrifice the content and of course, the readability of your article.
This article is not so readable. I’m gonna tell you again that every great idea, evry style and substance would never be appreciated if an aricle gives us hard time reading it.
however, your idea is brilliant, very magazine article. unique how to’s article.
your grade is 91.
creative post but it really hurt my eyes, it was funny and interesting to read
your grade is 93
I think your article is cool because of how you present it. very creative.
However, not everyone can read it.
It was very hard for me to read your article.
I was able to read your introduction, 4th, 5th and 6th techniques.
This is one of the coolest article ever! I commend you for doing such an effort in making the layout. I am a bit disappointed because I really want to read your article but due to its very small font and very blurry letters, I cannot read some. You should always consider your readers reading ability. You have a great article, but if it’s not going to be read, then your article will be considered nothing.
Your grade is 90.
Disregard the poor quality of the image. Just kidding. 🙂 When first read, the reader will easily get your message. You’ve started your article right. It is to capture the mood and make your readers imagine it. But still, please consider the readability of your articles.
I am always entertained with your choice of words. It was far and very unique from the usual . You have future in unconventional writing style. Your lay-out was improved because I can now read your article. Keep it up.(92)
haha CUTE! ikaw na talga 95 ang mom attack ba nakaka mini heart attack. grabe Cj advantage talaga ang hindi cra ang broadband
wel entertaining article , my only concern is lay out.
your grade is 92
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