We’ve all been there. A teacher asks for a report or paper at least XX pages in length. You try your darnedest but your copy comes up a page or so short. That’s when you start tossing in filler words to fluff your work up, but you end up diluting it in the process. Times Newer Roman is here to help. Times Newer Roman looks just like Times New Roman only each character is 5–10% wider. The result is a paper that looks almost identical just a bit longer. Ideal for students—though we accept no blame should your teacher find you out—Times Newer Roman allows you less time fretting over lengthening prose, which means more time doing keg stands and Jell-O shots.