Tomorrow, followers of God 522 solemnly observe the Day of Atonement. To atone for their sins of the previous year, worshipers refrain from saying, writing or pantomiming any adverbs. Every living soul of God 522’s faithful must adhere to this adverb fast because God 522 believes that just being alive is a minor sin in itself, for which atonement is due. Dead faithful souls are exempt.
Worshipers who, in addition to just being alive, committed a few other minor sins during the previous year must also refrain from saying, writing or pantomiming any adjectives. If they committed more than a few, but not a lot of minor sins or they committed a few major sins they must also refrain from saying, writing or pantomiming all nouns and pronouns. If they committed a lot of minor sins or more than a few, but not a lot of major sins they must add verbs to the list of forbidden words.
That still leaves prepositions, definite articles and indefinite articles free from word-fasting on the Day of Atonement for all of the above categorized sinners, but you might have noticed that the previous paragraph excluded one group of people. Someone who committed one hell of a lot of major sins in the previous year must shut the fuck up for the whole 24 hours to atone for his or her sins. (God 522 doesn’t consider it a sin to speak, write or pantomime any words that other Gods consider to be profanities.)