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  • It's called a SarcMark, and you can download it from their site and use it in fonts and as a graphic image.

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  • The SarcMark is a new punctuation symbol that will do away with all those '…' and

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  • The SarcMark is a new punctuation symbol that will do away with all those '…' and

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  • The "SarcMark" is being introduced as a way to imply sarcasm in the same way a question mark is used to add a querying tone or an exclamation mark is used to indicate strong feelings, surprise or even shouting.

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  • The "SarcMark" is being introduced as a way to imply sarcasm in the same way a question mark is used to add a querying tone or an exclamation mark is used to indicate strong feelings, surprise or even shouting.

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  • Although ­strangers to the mark might mistake it for a squiggle with a dot inside, the "SarcMark" will soon be turning up in our inboxes every day.

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  • Let Manolith hop on this hot trend, and suggest that you share it with all your friends and family insert SarcMark here.

    The SarcMark: Finally a way to Literately Convey Sarcasm | Manolith

  • Sarcasm Inc. of Washington Township said the SarcMark, which resembles an open circle with a dot in the center, can be installed on computers via a program that can be downloaded from sarcmark.com for $1.99

    Archive 2010-01-10

  • If, however, you spend a lot of time IMing your grandparents, you just want to be extremely transparent, or you want the double punch of sarcasm plus assumption of low intelligence, you can pay $1.99 and download your very own SarcMark to use for life.

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  • A bit of background for those unfamiliar with SarcMark.

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  • A sarcasm punctuation mark developed by a US company.

    Click here to see mark.

    January 17, 2010

  • Mark's notorious for this kind of attitude.

    January 17, 2010

  • See also sarcasm.

    January 17, 2010