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Introducing the SarcMarc: for truly clueless readers


January 13, 2010 1:52 by

A software company in the United States has created a punctuation to denote sarcasm, reports United Press International (UPI). Sarcasm Inc. introduced the SarcMarc, a circle with a dot in the middle, which can be downloaded from for $1.99.

“Statements have the period. Questions have the question mark. Exclamations have the exclamation mark. When you see the newest punctuation mark for sarcasm, you’ll know the writer of that sentence doesn’t literally mean what they’re writing; they’re being sarcastic,” the company said in a release.

Surely readers aren’t that thick, right?


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