Exclamation Point: Maybe I wouldn't have such a temper if you'd make up your mind once in a while!
He should be thankful she’s not a “colon”
She could be an ampersand….
I must exclaim … that this is questionable.
Not sure how she’s going to do it without hands, but she’d better stir whatever she’s cooking before it burns and he has something else to exclaim about.
By the time this is over, there will be an umlaut of puns.
Such an exclamation can only make the wife’s attitude more questionable.
In secret he’s an upside-down egoist.
Good ones folks. Happy 1/1/11!
They say opposites attract….
Is that a picture of their kids on the wall?
End of discussion. Period!
no, sandfan, I think their children will look more like ampersands (&) or dollar signs ($), don’t you think?
I love that their art is a …
now thats funny!?
She must be on her period.
Do I sometimes emphasize my questions!!!?
Punctuation marks have given birth to a new generation; they have evolved into emoticons. These rule breaking offspring are more open and expressive than their stogy old ancestors. The differences in values between the generations has created a communication gap. Their parents just don’t understand them (^_^)
@gayfatnakedvet: Perhaps you could even make it simpler by eliminating text other than punctuation. The above comment could be translated: “!??// “[*+ #$% ($%$# ?>> ,.? @#$ * *&%$#”
Tilde Swinton will play the wife in the movie version
This comic is spot on!
To enunciate, you must use your lips, your teeth, and your tongue. I don’t know nothin’ ‘bout no punctuation.
Nah. That’s just “period art” on the wall.