A font like Times New Roman, but each letter is 5-10% wider
#5 Product of the DaySeptember 19, 2018
Times Newer Roman is just like Times New Roman, but it’s 5% - 10% wider, giving students a massive (and undetectable) leg up in the eternal battle against essay page requirements. Try it out!
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This is the ultimate font for people who cheat at schoolMy old trick was 2.08 line spacing. It was the perfect way to nudge an essay that critical half page longer to meet a teacher's requirements. But you, young student, have it better than I did. Because you have legal weed in many states.
Times Newer Roman is a sneaky font designed to make your essays look longerAs someone who is ostensibly a professional writer, I can say with some authority that sometimes, writing is hard. And when you're staring at page three of an essay that your professor has insisted should be at least five pages, single-spaced, in size 12 Times New Roman font...
Make Your Term Paper Look 10% Longer With This FontListen to me, a professional writer: School and college teach you bad writing habits. One of those bad habits is padding out your work to reach a minimum page count. Anything you do to "cheat" at your page count, by making less text look like more, is an act of noble rebellion.
Here's a new font that will help you fudge your next school paperRemember how you used to adjust the margins on your school papers so you could write a little bit less? If you're still in school, remember how you still do that? Now, at long last, there's a font that will do all the cheating for you: Times Newer Roman.
Here's A Font That Lets You Cheat On Your Term PapersThis could actually save you a lot of work. To end up with a 15-page, single-spaced Word doc in 12-point font, you could type about 850 words LESS with this font than you would while using traditional Times New Roman.** That's a lot more time for checking Instagram instead of doing boring school work!