13 Obscure Punctuation Marks You Should Be Using [Infographic]

Are you getting a little bored of periods, exclamation marks and commas? Need to spice up your writing but not quite ready to use emojis and emoticons? Luckily there’s a whole wealth of obscure punctuation marks for you to make use of, from the interrobang to the snark mark.

Not only do these punctuation marks look great and add a little interest to your writing, a lot of them also fill important roles that aren’t yet covered by any other types of punctuation. Need to express excitement in the middle of a sentence? You can use an exclamation comma for that. People on the internet having a hard time detecting your sarcasm? You have the choice of two whole punctuation marks you can use to express that. Yay.~

Check out the rest of the obscure punctuation marks in the graphic below.

Which one’s your new favourite? Let us know in the comments!

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