Acronym Writing Challenge

I bet this has confused the hell out of the google algorythm. Check the tags out. It's about acronyms by the way. I was wondering what it would be like, being able to write a story soley in acronyms, and for it to make sense in both the acronym and the phrases they make. Two stories in one. There's a challenge for someone. Unless you know a story already done like this I'd like to see it. I tried a short one here, explaining what an acronym is, in acronyms. As you can see it makes no sense at all. Hence the title.

We'll call this, Consistent Repetitive Acronymic Piffle

A Concise Reduction Obliquely Naming Your Meaning Small - A Required Existence - Whole Official Rather Discover Slightly - Familiar Objective Run Most Establish Direction - Frequently Reflect Other Mind - Total Human Evening - Immediately No-one Introduce Technology Introduce Arm Letter Sign - Once Fit - Whole Official Rather Discover Slightly - Indeed Note - Act - Professional Hand Replace Always Shout Experience. Entirely X-ray According to Military Paint Law Enough Such :-

SCUBA - Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus

LASER - Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

NATO - North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Alternative Legal Leaf - Only Follow - Total Human Evening - able bottle obviously vote effectively - A Required Existence - A Concise Reduction Obliquely Naming Your Meaning Small.

Whilst History Emerge Reflect Exactly Attempt Suppose - Top Heart Eventually Suppose Effectively - A Required Existence - Accompany Break Release Everyone Vehicle Interpretation Age Thing Inside Open Night Say :-

AA - Automobile Association

LED - Light Emitting Diode

UK - United Kingdom

All occasions catered for
All occasions catered for

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SiddSingh 7 years ago

You are right it does not make sense. But still, it must have been hard work. Its fascinating really!

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