msd210


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don't smileys count?

a04971xx


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The guillemets «» or the sarc mark☐ or the elipsises ..., or ...

mes262


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` By far

lniederberger


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WHAT‽ YOU GUYS DIDN'T INCLUDE AN INTERROBANG‽

tjohnston23


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what about the Schwa? /e/ ə

Might not technically be a punctuation mark, but it's cool. Plus, it's funny when Principle Skinner explains it to the children...

martinclayton


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My favorite is the Interrobang, a punctuation mark that combines a question mark with an explanation mark (‽) designed for use especially at the end of an exclamatory rhetorical question

Tele42


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~ is where the heart is.

firebirdude


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We, the Hitchhikers!?!?!?!?!?!

bcgrote


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INTERROBANG!?!

spacepenguin87


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An ellipsis...

grrosey


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Þ totally. not sure what it is, or is for... but it sure makes for better raspberry-smilies

=Þ :Þ

djenkins1982


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I like ^ as well

NapalmRiot


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I voted other. $$$$ money money money.

DiscipleN2k


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Seriously‽ No interrobang‽‽‽ Greatest punctuation mark EVER!

tomprodehl


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Who doesn't like a little | now and then

taynna


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I have to throw my support to the interobang. How can you not love it?!

SlushpuppieT


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¿

mattschuette


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Staff

grrosey wrote:Þ totally. not sure what it is, or is for... but it sure makes for better raspberry-smilies

=Þ :Þ


Just for posterity at this point, 'Þ' (lowercase 'þ') is the glyph known as thorn. It was used in Old Norse, Old English and survives today in Icelandic. It comes to us by way of the runic alphabet. Thorn and the closely related eth ('Ð' / 'ð') are both rendered as 'th' in modern English, but can still be differentiated between the words "ether" and "either"; the former being the same as thorn and the latter eth. The more you know, or something.