I ended up labeling this HUB (THE ULTIMATE SPAM-itizing APPETIZER: with step-by-step instructions) in the FOOD CATEGORY.
But it's real intention is satire.
We have a suitable category for satire under humor.
Let me explain how ignorant I am in greater detail.
I'm a newbie. I check the standard categories. Then I check a sub-category and so on. Each box has a proscribed answer. There's no pre-typed subcategory for humor. There's no way for me to type in my own word to define my subcategory that I'm aware of.
You imagine how embarrassing this is to a (gasp) perfectionist.
Can someone actually LEAD ME TO WATER..I'm already a believer that it IS possible. I have faith, thanks.
NOW, will somebody put feet on it?
Seems to me there is a writing category that has subheads of humor-- if you are not sure you can search the category thing.
I with you on this one. Most of what I like to write is humor. (rather, attempted humor. Can't say its always funny).
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