“This quote has five words.”
This sentence has five words. Here are five more words. Five-word sentences are fine. But several together become monotonous. Listen to what is happening. The writing is getting boring. The sound of it drones. It's like a stuck record. The ear demands some variety. But I am too stupid. I cannot provide any variety. So let me stop now. Or I'll try something else.
Seven-word sentences can convey more information
So let's stick to them. Oh no, five words again! I feel really, really sorry. But let's go on, anyway. Actually I love vacuous sentences. I shall show you one. "This tautological sentence is tautological." Lord Redund likes saying that. Oh, and so do I! It makes me sound funny. Uncyclopedia relies on being funny.
Pangrams contain at least five
|“||Amazingly few discotheques provide jukeboxes.||”|
Other pangrams contain more words. Quick Brown Fox has nine. So it is very inefficient.
Just to make this longer. Then let me do it. Content content content content content. Content content content content content. Content content content content content. Content content content content content. Content content content content content. Why isn't "content" like "penis"? "Penis penis penis" - grammatically correct. "Content content content content content"? No, that is not right. I need to stop now. Because my mother is approaching. She looks at grammar seriously.
A message to the administrators
Don't mark this as ICU. Why did I say that? Indeed, this article is lame. But ICU tags devastate coherence. Their sentences have more words. So they'd make this worse.