finally, a punctuation mark for sarcasm

Someone's invented (and selling) a punctuation mark, so that you can indicate your sarcasm in emails, tweets and other typed posts.

The Sarcmark. An "easy-to-use punctuation mark to emphasize a sarcastic phrase, sentence or message." I'm not making this up.

In the meantime, let's continue to use ;). From Gothamist.


Holly said...

The sarcasm denotation has been (!) for years and years - they use it in subtitles and everything. Eg:

A: He said he'd call me
B: Yeah right (!)

BoatDrinkBaby said...

Love it! (sans sarcasm) But the link didn't work. :(

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