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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

  • 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.

  • 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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  • 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 for $1.99

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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

  • 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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  • Turns out, it runs a trayapp called 'SarcMark. exe', which I'm almost 100% certain is a cutdown version of Autohotkey, to the extent that right clicking on the sarcmark. exe tray app icon offers "Suspend Hotkeys" and "Pause Script", and selecting either of which presents the standard red autohotkey S or H icons.

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  • Not sure if anyone else has noticed this (though given the lack of proliferation of the SarcMark, I wouldn't be surprised if this was the case).

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  • See also sarcasm.

    January 17, 2010

  • Mark's notorious for this kind of attitude.

    January 17, 2010

  • A sarcasm punctuation mark developed by a US company.

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    January 17, 2010