There were proposals in the 17th century to use an inverted exclamation point (ยก) to signify irony in a sentence, a simpler version of the internetโ€™s โ€œ/sโ€ for sarcasmโ€ฆ
There is a punctuation mark for sarcasm. Introduced in 2010, the "SarcMark" looks like a reversed 6 with a dot in the middle. It is used just like the question mark or exclamation mark, except this mark indicates irony or sarcasm. However, anyone hoping to use it must pay $1.99 (ยฃ1.20).โ€ฆ
The "interrobang" is a punctuation mark that combines the functions of the question mark (?) and the exclamation mark (!) in a single character. It was originally conceptualised in 1962 but has so far never entered mainstream use.โ€ฆ
There is a punctuation mark called an interrobang that's basically a question mark combined with an exclamation point used to ask a question in an excited manner.โ€ฆ
There's a canadian village called Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! that is the only municipality in the world that has two exclamation marks in its nameโ€ฆ
There's two place names in the world that are officially spelt using exclamation marks: Westward Ho! (Devon, UK) and Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! (Quebec, Canada)โ€ฆ
There is a type of wall called a "ha-ha", likely named after the exclamation one made when coming across itโ€ฆ
Christopher Walken's speaking style goes back to childhood, when he changed punctuation in his textbooks with a marker to be where he *wanted* the periods, commas, and exclamation points to be. celebratingchristopherwalโ€ฆ
Mark Twain discouraged the use of exclamation marks because it is like laughing at your own jokeโ€ฆ
There are only two towns in the world with exclamation marks in their official names: "Westward Ho!" in England, and "Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!" in Canada.โ€ฆ
Religious exclamations like "Amen", "Hallelujah", and "Praise the Lord" are called "Ejaculatory Prayers"โ€ฆ
Repeating symbols for rankings (e.g. 5 stars) dates to Mariana Starke's 1820 British guidebook for France & Italy which ranked works of art with multiple exclamation marks. Murray's Handbook for Travellers used 1-4 stars for hotels in 1844, and Michelin use 1-3 stars for restaurants 1926โ€ฆ
Superman comic writer Elliot S! Maggin accidentally put an exclamation point after his middle initial, which has since stuck. This itself was common because printing often failed to show periods, so writers constantly ended sentences with exclamation points
The interobang โ€ฝ denotes an interrogative exclamation and irony punctuation โธฎ denotes irony or sarcasm.โ€ฆ
Before the /s tag, people have been using punctuation marks for irony since the 1600's, first with an upside-down exclamation point (ยก), then with an inverted question mark (โธฎ)โ€ฆ
! is referred to as an exclamation mark in British & Commonwealth English, but called an exclamation point in American English.โ€ฆ
In the 1960s Adam West "Batman" series, Robin (Burt Ward) drops 367 different "Holy...!" catchphrase exclamations. Here's all of them, in alphabetical order.โ€ฆ
The combination of an exclamation point and question mark is an interrobang. (โ€ฝ)โ€ฆ
The Exclamation Point was not added to keyboards until 1970โ€ฆ
The Lamborghini Countach gets its name from a exclamation of astonishment at the sight of a beautiful woman in a regional dialect specific to Northern Italy. Most other Lamborghini's name are references to bullfighting.โ€ฆ
There is a combination of question and exclamation mark called the interrobang โ€ฝโ€ฆ
An exclamation point within parentheses can be used to imply sarcasm in text.โ€ฆ
A group of lemurs is called a "conspiracy"!!! (Excuse the exclamation marks, I was surprised!)โ€ฆ
There is a nonstandard punctuation mark called the "Interrobang" (โ€ฝ) which combines the exclamation mark and the question mark.โ€ฆ
There is a form punctuation known as 'interrobang' which combines a question mark with an exclamation point.โ€ฆ
The Name for a Question Mark and Exclamation Point Together at the End of a Sentence (?!) is called an "Interrobang".โ€ฆ
There is a list of all the exclamations made by Robin in the 1960s Batman TV showโ€ฆ
There is a town in the UK with an exclamation mark in its name, called 'Westward Ho!'โ€ฆ
Toll receptors were named because of Nobel Laureate Christiane Nรผsslein-Volhard's exclamation, "Das ist ja toll!" which translates as "That's amazing!"โ€ฆ
'eroteme' is an obsolete term for 'question mark', and 'ecphoneme' is an obsolete term for 'exclamation mark'.โ€ฆ
In 1986 Hamilton, Ohio a town of over 60,000 people, officially added an exclamation point to its name. Hamilton!โ€ฆ
There is a punctuation symbol that is a combination of a question mark and an exclamation mark (โ€ฝ) called an interrobang.โ€ฆ
There's a punctuation mark that combines the question mark and exclamation point called the interrobang (โ€ฝ)โ€ฆ
An exclamation mark is also known as a "bang"โ€ฆ
The exclamation "Huzzah!" has been used since the time of Shakespeare.โ€ฆ
If you click the exclamation point on the yahoo logo, something AMAZING happens! :O
Thereโ€™s a punctuation mark called an interrobang. It's a combination of question mark and exclamation point.โ€ฆ
There is a punctuation mark combining exclamation and question mark called "Interrobang".โ€ฆ
The name 'Geronimo' - rather belying its modern usage as an exclamation at the start of something exciting - means 'The One Who Yawns'.โ€ฆ
That if you click the exclamation mark of yahoo! you get that sweet early internet commercial yahoo sound! (thanks mdavis372!!)
There is village in Devon UK called "Westward Ho!" being one of 2 locations to have an exclamation mark in its official name.โ€ฆ
Today I learned of a punctuation mark that combines the functions of the question mark and exclamation point: the INTERROBANGโ€ฆ
A question mark next to an exclamation mark is called an Interrobang
A question mark with a exclamation mark (?!?!?!?) is called an interrobangโ€ฆ
The combination of question and exclamation mark (Such as in "what?!") is called "interrobang".โ€ฆ
Stan Lee once tried to ban exclamation points from Marvel Comics goodcomics.comicbookresouโ€ฆ
The interrobang (โ€ฝ) is a punctation mark that combines a question mark and exclamation point, e.g. "Are you crazyโ€ฝ" rather than "Are you crazy?!"โ€ฆ
There is a form of punctuation that combines both the question mark and the exclamation point: The Interrobangโ€ฆ
In the french language, not putting a space before a question/exclamation mark is incorrectโ€ฆ
Today I learned of the existence of the interrobang, a hybrid of the exclamation mark and the question mark. โ€ฝโ€ฆ
After 18 takes of hard drumming on the song Helter Skelter, which Paul wanted to have "the most raucous vocal, the loudest drums, etc.", when John asked "How's that?", Ringo finally exclaimed "I've got blisters on my fingers!". The take and the exclamation were published on the album.โ€ฆ
The exclamation "Yee-haw!" came from farmers telling their plow animals to turn left (Yee!) or turn right (Haw!)โ€ฆ
The stereotypical surfer phrase "cowabunga" actually came from and ancient native American exclamation.โ€ฆ
St. Louis du Ha! Ha! (Quebec) is the only municipality in North America that has two exclamation marks in it's name...โ€ฆ
The exclamation mark is also known as a "dog's cock" by typesetters.โ€ฆ
The Exclamation Point is sometimes called a dog's cock.โ€ฆ
A patent application was filed in 1992 for two new punctuation marks, the "exclamation comma" and the "question comma."โ€ฆ
Hamilton, OH spent $35,000 in 1986 to officially tag an exclamation point on its name in an effort to attract new business. Hamilton!โ€ฆ
Early typewriters didn't have a '1', '0' or an exclamation point key. These symbols were considered redundant because they could be recreated using other keys.โ€ฆ
Sylvester the Cat's catchphrase, Sufferin' Succotash, is an amalgamation of a Depression-era exclamation and dish involving lima beans.โ€ฆ
Another name for an exclamation point (!) is "dog's cock"!
The term "Golddigger" has meant the same thing for 70 years and "Murder" used to an exclamation of surprise and aweโ€ฆ
Westward Ho! is the only town in England with an exclamation point (mark) in it's nameโ€ฆ
Today I learned about the !Kung people from the Kalahari Desert and their unique language "noted for using click consonants! To pronounce "วƒKung" one must make a click sound before the 'k' sound, often represented as an exclamation mark."โ€ฆ

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