Oh yeah, we REALLY need that…well, actually, we might

Behold the first new punctuation mark of the decade: the SarcMark, which can be downloaded and added to your font capabilities for $1.99. It looks like the short end of a Ho-Ho and is intended to indicate the statement it’s attached to might be somewhat less than sincere and thoughtful. Given the uptick in people with autism spectrum disorders, who are likely to have difficulty identifying sarcasm when spoken let alone when written, it just might find a useful niche.

Gizmodo: Make your sarcasm obvious in Gizmodo comments with the new SarcMark punctuation download

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