Punctuation is very important for women. Missing a coma is ok but missing a period can sometimes be devastating.
Because it’s a posture fee
The winner got an apostrophe.
The Comma Sutra.
It’s a catostrophe.
He's a comma dating.
...with a lengthy sentence.
is explaining your point
When to use a hyphen:
The test asked, "What is the capitol of Florida?"
I wrote, "F".
When I got my test back I learned: Apparently, the answer was "F - ".
One of them was accommodating.
Edit: Thanks to u/hydr0n1um who is more dad than I.
It marks the end of his sentence
The Hindus wrote a book on it, the Comma Sutra.
He's serving a lifelong sentence.
So they gave me a posh trophy.
For example: I drank all the wine. I drank all the punctuation.
Honestly, I'm entirely on board with this. This has be-comma issue within the community.
The prize was a solid gold punctuation mark.
They gave me a posh trophy.
It's accommodating me.
All hell broke loose when big sister missed two periods.
"Will, you, Mary, Me" = a Foursome Inquiry
I work in IT at a university, and I was requested to update a template email my office sends out to prospective students. Whenever I start an email, I always begin with the salutation "Hello [student name]. With a full stop period.
Among the other changes requested, folk wanted me to change the period to a comma, because it "looks better" or something. I don't know.
After a bit of back and forth, I gave in and said "Fine. I'll give in to your filthy comma-unist ways." Many groans were had all around the office.