Punctuation of love

  Exclamation mark, used to express strong feelings, such as excitement, firmness, anger, joy, surprise, request or blessing, etc. How can love not have an exclamation mark!
  ”I love you” uses an exclamation mark. “I hate you” also use an exclamation mark. “You are my favorite person in this life” can not do without exclamation mark. “You make me too disappointed and sad” use an exclamation mark. She is about to marry someone, “Wish you happiness” are exclamation marks.
  The more exclamation marks, the more memorable. There are only commas and periods, and there is never an exclamation mark, which is too boring.
  A comma is used to indicate where a sentence needs to be paused and separated, making it easier to read. A comma is a space for love.
  Question marks are used to indicate questions, ask questions, and ask questions. The use of love also includes knowingly asking-“Do you love me?” is a must answer in love. Women are best at using question marks: “Do you love me more in the past, or do you love me more now?” The
  woman’s rhetorical question is quite aggressive. “Do you want to wait until I am old, and you will marry me?”
  Quotation marks, speaking, proper nouns, especially emphasized sentences. Men say that quotation marks are the most used by women. When being questioned by women, men are silent, and their quotation marks are used like this: “…”
  I think the semicolon is the most ambiguous.
  End, everything is over. You and I don’t have to continue here, and it doesn’t make sense to go on. Some periods are written helplessly, and some periods are written very decisively. Sometimes it is men who draw a period, sometimes women who draw a period themselves.
  The most disappointing thing is that it has not been started, and it has come to an end.

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