char•ac•ter — Feb 2
exclamation point n (1824) : a mark ! used esp. after an interjection or exclamation to indicate forceful utterance or strong feeling — called also exclamation mark
I have a thing. I carry a torch. I’m wild about, in lust with… the exclamation point!
Somebody help me! Please!!
I’m an exclamation point ‘ho.
If you’ve read my blog at all, you know this on a cellular level. I post with enthusiasm! Emphasis!! Passion!!! Even the most boring is emphatically boring.
I speak with the exclamation point!
Exclamation point taken.
I’m getting better. I might even be a recovering exclamation marker. But that may be premature.
C’mon. We all have a favorite little keyboard stroke/character/graphic symbol/mark. Maybe yours is diacritical. Just sayin’.
Inquiring minds want to know. Okay. I want to know. So, confess. It’s good for the soul.
Here’s one of my favorite people. She speaks in exclamation points. She may even be an exclamation point.
Oh, and this one. Seinfeld — Exclamation Point. I just can’t embed it. Elaine, how I love you!
Note: The ! def is courtesy of Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (10th edition).