No one can disagree with my own opinion, because it's a self interest question.
One can become boring with just writing a paper. Can you just write a paper nonstop without pause and doing another thing?
In our state of mind, we could be easily bored if the thing we do are :
1. Not Interesting
2. Not Dynamic
3. Effort not equal to Benefit
If one write a paper without the quality of these three thing, Maybe, One will survive from the "Boring"
In the Con opinion, mostly said that there are a lot more of the boring thing than writing a paper. Now, i challenge you to write a paper, are you feel bored? It's not right to compare to another activity, because the level of boring cannot be calculated as level 1, level 2, etc..
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There are a lot of things more boring than a paper. Such as going to baseball or basketball game, watching a little kid show, listening to opera or a musical play, and walking. So those are just a few things more boring than writing a paper. That said, writing a paper is very boring, though there are more boring things
If you fully understand the question or topic that you will be discussing, writing the paper shouldn't be that boring. When I am writing papers where I fully understand what it is that is being asked of me, I feel a sense of motivation in myself. The sense of motivation is more along the lines of confidence. That is why I do not find them boring most of the time.
Such unqualified universal statements are almost always wrong. You can always think of something worse (or at least in most cases :) just caught myself).
More boring than writing a paper:
Being forced to count exactly how many grains of sand are in a 10-lb bag. (If the bag is full of sand. If not, then this job is significantly easier.)
Or: having to play every note on a 10,000 key concert grand piano.
Or: naming and dying every hair on your forearm (assuming you have forearms and that they are reasonably hairy.)
No one reasonable will answer yes.