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Can I get an exclamation point opinion?
What do you think of it as a punctuation option?
Do you think it’s trite?
A worn out and tired piece of punctuation to put at the end of a sentence?
I’m all in.
Team Exclamation Point.
I think that nothing that says it better than a little “!”
Maybe I need to put together a support group? We could call it “Exclamation Points R Us.” A group where punctuation is celebrated and where exclamation points can run rampant and wild and free.
Can you imagine the world without any excitable punctuation? What would you do if you wanted to show off your new kitchen stools and you were excited? Really excited. Almost like when you gave birth or got married or got straight ‘A’s” or fall finally showed up?
Every little excitement needs an exclamation point.
“I have new kitchen stools.”
A simple statement. Lukewarm at best. From someone who has ordinary, run-of-the-mill kitchen furniture.
But what if the stools had amazing seats like this?
What if they were the perfect piece for the end of your kitchen counter?
What if they were amazing and farmhousy and woveny and you had a secret crush on them?
How would you express yourself?
It’s what the world needs now.
A way to add a little excitement with a few more exclamation points.
Add them to your day!
Add them to your conversations!
If you want to find joy in the ordinary—the exclamation point is just the punctuation for you.
Don’t you think that farmhouse stools like this deserve an exclamation point?
Four may be too many, though. I’m not sure that’s approved.
I have to run it by the board of “Exclamation Points R Us.” 🙂
And speaking of joy in the ordinary?
This is the sweet face that greets me every time I come home.
He’s a four exclamation point dog.
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