Friday Fun: Playing with punctuation


You have to love these little-known punctuation marks that, while almost all are impossible to make with a standard keyboard, would cut down on e-mail misperceptions a whole lot more than your standard emoticons do. From Mental Floss: 13 Little-Known Punctuation Marks We Should Be Using,
by Adrienne Crezo.

Not suprisingly, my favorite is the snark mark, which is used to show you mean more than you're saying:




Though the one with the name that's the most fun to say has to be the interrobang, which is just an exclamation mark and a question mark mashup:

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