I like this a lot, just one suggestion
> use new qw(My::Very::Long::Module x foo 42)
If conciseness is your goal,better try to make the variable name (here x) optional and default to something like $new or $obj or only $o.
Though I'm not sure about the best syntax for an optional var, probably something like
use new qw(My::Very::Long::Module>x foo 42)
Other options are | or * but any solution should play well with the -M option, ie shouldn't confuse the shell/CLI on various OSes.
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