Wrimos Against the Eating of Sushi

Did you know that thousands of pieces of sushi get eaten by innocent humans every day?

Did you know that when you eat a piece of sushi, that piece of sushi cries while it’s trying to write out her last words?

Did you know that every time you eat a piece of sushi, you are killing one writer?

WERE YOU AWARE OF IT?

This must stop. Every day, one writer feels the pain of every single piece of sushi you eat and of every single writer who will never live to write beautiful prose to show off to the world. This writer feels the pain of the painful prose of Twilight and the joys of prose that makes you weep with joy. She feels the mental pains, physical pains, and emotional pains of being consumed as if she were simply a delicious meal and not a writer and friend.

Do you know who that writer is?

That author is Sushi. More specifically, a certain sushimustwrite. You might know her.

She wants you to join the movement today: Wrimos Against the Eating of Sushi, or #wrimosagainsttheeatingofsushi.

Joining the movement is easy. Simply declare your intent anywhere that you will not let innocent people harm sushi anymore and report back either in the comments, through NaNoMail, via email, or on Twitter. Not a Wrimo? No problem. You can still apply for honorary membership.

We cannot let this evil practice continue without fighting back. Join us today.

12 thoughts on “Wrimos Against the Eating of Sushi

    • @lora_hex This is a good question. I’m inclined to say that eating sushi is eating sushi; every piece of sushi has feelings, after all. Including this one.

  1. I don’t like to eat fish of any sort, let alone Sushi. I tried a simple seaweed roll with rice last Christmas, to my shame, and disgust, because it was horrible.

  2. I don’t like to eat fish of any sort, let alone Sushi. I tried a simple seaweed roll with rice last Christmas, to my shame, and disgust, because it was horrible.

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