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the mark of snark (a new FlickFilosopher T-shirt)

Reader Jan sent me a link today to a post at BuzzFeed about punctuation marks you probably didn’t know existed, including the one that indicates sarcasm or irony, which is this:

snarkmarkBF

Basically, a backward question mark.

I figure that needs to be on a FlickFilosopher T-shirt, and so now it is:

snarkmarktee

Here’s the design up close:

snarkmark

Available on both light and dark shirts from Zazzle.

Let me know if you’d like this design on the other products I’ve been offering (magnets, stickers, mugs).

My U.S. store is here.

Everything is available internationally, too:

All my Zazzle products net me the minimum royalty Zazzle allows, which is 10%. (I could mark the prices higher and take a larger percentage, but I’m not doing that.) So a small portion of your purchase goes to support my work here, and support from readers is the only financial support it gets. (That also comes via subscriptions and Amazon affiliate links, which you’ll find around the site.) No one cuts me a paycheck for the mountain of work I do here, and you can see that there’s no advertising here. Thanks for your support.


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  • cal

    I like it! I’m also a fan of the sarcastrophe, which looks like a caret mark and indicates the presence of textual sarcasm. Usage: ^Obviously, male-led movies are for everyone, but female-led movies can only ever appeal to women.^

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