Some Practice Tips, From A Real Live Attorney
(1) This motion is improperly captioned. Depending on your local rules, it would be more appropriate to file a Motion and Order to Fuck This Court and Everything It Stands For.
(2) In the motion itself, the author should propose the manner in which the court should fuck itself and everything it stands for. The order should restate the relief requested in the motion in clear, succinct, and imperative language.
(3) Specific performance is an uncommon form of relief. Mandamus is as well, but would not require a novel exercise of jurisdiction. The author might consider rewriting this in the form of a petition for a writ of mandamus and submitting it to the circuit court, reframing her request for the court to fuck itself and everything it stands for in a more well-defined format.
(4) The movant's argument that the court should fuck itself and everything that it stands for should be contained in a brief in support of the motion. Consult your local rules for format guidelines and length requirements.
(5) If you are a jerk at a large law firm and would like to game the rules, you can split your motion into a "motion to fuck this court" and a "motion to fuck everything this court stands for." There are two separate issues here: through skilled lawyering, you might be able to convince the court that fucking itself is neither beyond its jurisdiction nor anatomical possibility. It would be considerably more difficult to demonstrate that "fucking everything this court stands for," which hypothetically includes such things as "the rule of law" and "democracy," was within its jurisdiction or the realm of possibility.
(6) Plus, if you split it into two motions, you now get to file two briefs, which would give you double the page limit without filing for leave to file an overlength brief.