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This guy came to my house. I don’t know who reported me, but I’d like to thank them. Smiley abuse is one of the greatest threats to public communication our country has ever known. I didn’t realize how much I’d come to rely on misapplied punctuation marks and arcane acronyms in my everyday correspondence. I’m part of the problem. Are you?

I hope this public service announcement will, you know, serve the public:

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7 responses »

  1. “it’s known as the t.s. elliot equation” that is soo funny!! Oh, wait, two exclamation points, I’m doomed!! Oh no! Two more! Crikey!

    I already have two cats. I had two when I was married (one that’s still alive) and I would love to live on a great big farm with lots of CATS!! So 🙂 !!! and ??? away my friends!!

  2. You know what? That guy didn’t smile in his video! No wonder he doesn’t smile in his e-mails! I think he’s just jealous that everyone else is :)ing and lol-ing for real. He thinks he’s missing out on the fun, so he’s trying to take it away from the rest of us.

    Just for him: 🙂 🙂 (: (: 🙂 🙂 (: (:
    lol lol lol lol lol
    and
    ROFLMAO

  3. You have saved me! Now my friends will no longer have to be subjected to that kind of torture. (I’ll just have to come up with another kind!)

    Brandi

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