Use this when you need to shut someone up. Or shut yourself up. Or. Just. Punctuate. Your. Speak. ing……
The Mark of Exclamation
Use this when you want to be quite loud. Use them as many times as you like!!!!! ENGLISH! MAJORS!! WILL!!! LOVE!!!! YOU!!!!!
The Mark of Questioning
Do you know what this is? What makes you think I do? WHY ARE YOU ASKING ME SO MANY QUERIES????
The Mark of Referencing
I don’t want to write this bit*
The Mark of Separation
Just-use-this-Ev-er-y-where. It real-ly is all purp-ose.
The Mark of Separation, as if for a pause
Need I say more? (You did watch the whole thing, right?)
The Mark of Separation, as part of the digestive system
You eat a burrito and get full. Suddenly you feel ill: puking, vomiting, diarhettic expulsions everwhere. Consider this exemplified.
The Mark of Duplication
The Mark of Reminders and Speakers
"To be or not to be? I don’t really care but some Brit with a man crush wrote it" - Billiam Shakespeare, William Shakespeares drunk nephew.
The Mark of More
Jeremey was like, so hot & he just couldn’t keep his hands off me & I kept like asking him to like change the channel & he like wouldn’t do it & like some other dude like came over & like changed the channel like for him…
The Elusive Interrobang
Sort of like Schizophrenia for Typographers
The Ideology of Asterisks
Do you know what this means? I sure as hell don’t. I’ll just take a break right here ⁂
Okay, all better now.
The Mark of Irony
Apparently this is a thing. For all you people who need a way to express sarcasm or irony on the internet, it’s been around since the 1580’s.
The Mark of Cough Soothing
When writing long passages with a sore throat, toss a few of these in here and there to make your writing easier. The menthol in the punctuation should help ease your struggles and breathe new life into your scrawlings.
The Pretty One
Often used to distract readers so they are unable to recognize how utterly awful the words they are reading truly are. Please, enjoy my hedera ❧
The One Who Knocks
I don’t even care what ☞ does. I’m just happy I can type it.
The genius of this design is that it gives you the ability to destroy the novel in mere moments if you so chose. The temptation to annihilate knowledge is ever present. The challenge to step beyond this pull to demolish is presented to you with a question, “Will you take the chance to read what I have to say or will you be one of them that burns me?”
The recent unprecedented video footage of a giant squid filmed in its deep ocean habitat has renewed interest in the enormous — and yet still mysterious — species. It’s believed that giant squid (genus Architeuthis) can grow up to 55 feet long. The individual captured on video via a small submarine located in the North Pacific Ocean was about 30 feet long and silver and gold in color, marine biologist Edie Widder, who helped to shoot the footage, said. Her colleague Tsunemi Kubodera added that the squid was missing its two longest tentacles. Cephalopod experts are intrigued by the world record footage.