Interesting approach. Personally, I shorten one-liners by preloading common modules using a custom ToolSet.
our $VERSION = "0.02";
use base 'ToolSet';
'Carp' => 'carp croak confess',
'Data::Dump::Streamer' => undef,
'File::Spec' => undef,
'Perl6::Say' => 'say',
'Scalar::Util' => 'refaddr reftype blessed',
1; # true
Used like this:
perl -MXDG -e 'say "Loaded modules:" and Dump \%INC'
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