This is from a collection of "laws" from Larry Niven
If you've nothing to say, say it any way you like. Stylistic innovations, contorted story lines or none, exotic or genderless pronouns, internal inconsistencies, the recipe for preparing your lover as a cannibal banquet: feel free. If what you have to say is important and/or difficult to follow, use the simplest language possible. If the reader doesn't get it then, let it not be your fault.
I like it, so I copy it here. I also think that this sums up one of the chief reasons that I didn't major in writing in college. Just saying. Sorry H.