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2023: New Laws In Six Words

BY TeamSixWords on December 31, 2022
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Hello 2023! The new year is filled with the same old challenges, surprises yet to be unveiled, and, of course, strong opinions about what we need to change in the year ahead. For SixContest #149, we'd like you to declare the new laws of 2023 in just six words.

What law — from the silly to the serious — are you making in 2023? How about leaving up Christmas lights until mid-March? Or do you proclaim that every frosting bowl has to be licked clean before the oven timer goes off? Should congress pass a law banning dad jokes? Is it time to eliminate the word "moist"? Share whatever new law you are certain needs to be passed, as long as you abide by ours: Say it in six!

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