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Do We Even Still Need the Question Mark

The question-without-a-question-mark conveys its own meaning

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Is a question without a question mark still a question?

I ask because more and more of the questions I see — and ask — online have started to drop the very thing that defined them as such.

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Danny Wallace

Danny Wallace

Author of “F You Very Much”, “Yes Man”, “Join Me” and more.

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