Some people seem to treat exclamation points like legal forms, seeming unable to process less than triple usage. (!!!)
Aesthetic opinion: I do not like the look of two exclamation points. So, either I use one, or for greater emphasis (or irony) I use three!!!
It works, mate.
Well, I think so!
I will now quote a "sentence" in a letter from a company whose name begins with "3" and ends in "M." Mrs. Cato
had sent a letter complaining about the complete failure of one of their products. 4 weeks later, a response came containing the following monstrosity:
"We may require that pictures for quality control purposes and you did send us a sample of your tape so thank you!"
The letter also has this curiosity: "If you call, please mention this email
It used to be that a Jane Hathaway
would scrutinize such letters, before they hit the mail, and fix any errors. But today, "Spellcheck" is good enough, and Jane Hathaway
is nowhere to be found.