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Alphabet Soup with Punctuation

So you can make proper sentences.
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Heck, need I say more?
spacecadet, Jan 28 2004


       Hey, any lawyers around, could noodle manufacturers be responsible for the declining reading abilities of many children? Class action lawsuit anyone?   

       "... in a separate filing a Hispanic community charge Campbell for including ?'s in their new Hooked-On-Phonics edition noodle soup, but not a single ¿ ..."
kbecker, Jan 28 2004

       Hey,hey,hey,hey,hey,hey...hey. . . hey,hey,hey,hey,h-h-h-hey now!
Kitchensink, Jan 29 2004

       Damn... comma... won't... stay... on... my... fork...
Fishrat, Jan 29 2004

       What we really need is alphabet soup with spaces.
kropotkin, Jan 29 2004

       how do the colons stick together?   

       is there an operation to reverse that?
po, Jan 29 2004

       how do you get the upside down ?
yabba do yabba dabba, Jan 29 2004

       I suppose I need another ? after that first ? .
yabba do yabba dabba, Jan 29 2004

       I'm going to be practical here. (Shocking.) I wonder if the pasta extruders Campbell's must use for their soup noodles could handle a noodle as small as a . or a ,.
dagonet, Jan 29 2004

       The punctuation would be the same size as the letters.
spacecadet, Jan 29 2004

       //how do the colons stick together?// Embed the dots in transparent noodles (Mung bean noodles).   

       That brings up the idea of making whole sheets from bean-noodle material with embedded text. For 4th of July have halfbaked lasagna with the Declaration of Independence written on each layer.
kbecker, Jan 29 2004

       Good one, [spacecadet]. + And accents for the French among us.
lintkeeper2, Jan 30 2004

       How about a spell check tossed in with the alphabets. I am sure Microsoft would be pleased by this. +
nomadic_wonderer, Feb 01 2004

       I guess you could do this, and accommodate some other European languages at the same time, with just a dot, a straight line, a comma, a parenthesis, and a question mark crook. Then maybe things like the caret/circumflex, tilde, and cedilla (or just use the q.m.) for export markets. Changing letter counts to match their local frequencies, to maximize the number of words to be found, might be a nice touch. Then start thinking about how to break into China (romanization would be cheating).   

       Also, the 'question mark crook' would be a good Hamburgler-type mascot.
Monkfish, Feb 01 2004

       Ever noticed how cooked crushed up spaghetti kinda looks Arabic? no ok...
Johnny Mash, Feb 02 2004

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