<!–more–> is okay, but can it be undone?
I’m sorry, I’m a bit knockred at the moment and I don’t know all the pretty words you lovely people use. . So please laugh not too loudlywhen I ask:
Say that I want to post about my weekend,.. I know that some topics will be of no interest to some, but thevery reason for exising for others. I do not want my readers to have to slog through things that bore them, to find the things they want.
So! I would like to write a post like this:
TITLE: Weekend of Debauchery
First Paragraph: Friday night started at Hugh Heffner’s mansion
blah blah blah wha6t happened naked ladies ***(some sort of “undo more” right here!)***
Secondparagraph: When the SWAT team showed up, we hid in the third wine cellar to the back, where we found…
blah blah blah it was amazing !–endmorep–
Thirdparagraph: After we got dried off, we realized that we were right next door to Paris Hilton’s apartment. Her door opened and out walked… !–more–blublbublublub!undomore
4Para:After we hid the bodies, we went to get donuts, and ran into – guess who =!–more–blblblblblblblbl!–lessmore
Does this make any sense? so that paragraphs can be behnd teh break, instead ofg the whold rest of hte post.
siorry, i am drunk, (it’s my birthday, yay me! may not make sense.
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