Thursday, January 22, 2009

What Sucks...Inverted Question Marks In Spanish


¿What gives, Spanish? ¿You’re telling me that before you ask me a question, you have to show me an upside-down question mark so I know it will be a question? ¿And then you STILL have a question mark at the end of your question? That’s bullshit and you are too liberal with your use of punctuation! Look how silly the beginning of this paragraph looks! ¿Are you happy now that you’ve made this post look ridiculous?

A question mark at the end of the question, and an inflection of voice at the end of said question should be enough!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

¿Don't you mean "inflection" of voice?

Chris DeLuca said...

good catch.

Anonymous said...

For spanish-speaking people, it looked completely natural, like white noise in a cassette recording. But thanks to the English language, not anymore...

Anonymous said...

We do not only have inverted question marks but we also have inverted exclamation marks.

¡¡¡Look!!!

Btw, you are a bit retarded.... XDDD

Anonymous said...

...please where can I buy a unicorn?