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The irony mark or irony point (French: point d’ironie; also called a snark or zing) is a proposed punctuation mark that was suggested to be used to indicate that a sentence should be understood at a second level. It is illustrated by a small, elevated, backward-facing question mark. The irony mark has never really been used beyond occasional appearances in obscure artistic or literary publications.

I especially like that it can also be called a snark.

Carry on.

(Yes, I should be writing my fandom_grammar Question, why do you ask?)

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sidlj
Feb. 3rd, 2009 06:50 am (UTC)
*searches keyboard*

DAMN!
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