Have you noticed?
My post titles are either really long or really short.
Just look at last Thursday’s throw.
You work with what you’ve got.
I love the grammars.
I love the punctuations.
I just never use them… much.
exclamation point taken…
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.
Elaine, how I love you!
Note: The ! def is courtesy of Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (10th edition).
And that’s how we’re rolling this Throwback Thursday.