Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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More extensive use of punctuation instead of spelling

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Like, Sunday morning on my way to the 8am date...I was Komegome station. Which could replaced with


so saving ink and stuff like that.

Also useful in other fields...for example, at a recent art exhibition, one visitor was heard to say "it's not exactly modern" to which his companion murmured "it's a . piece."

Admittedly that only works in American English..

not_morrison_rm, Jan 06 2014

Feersum Endjinn http://en.wikipedia...iki/Feersum_Endjinn
As used by one of the characters. [Loris, Jan 07 2014]

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       I'd give you a bun, but I've got to - and empty my :
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 06 2014

       That _ the problem.
rcarty, Jan 06 2014

       So, you think I've made a # of it?
not_morrison_rm, Jan 06 2014

       I suspect the responses will be ÷d on this. On the one h&, some will feel th@ this idea makes no ¢s, and €nly going to confuse people. They can argue this point ~ cows come home, and to a certain º they're right. Personally, though, I find this idea without =, and have a ¥ to see folks © and left your example of writing with punctuation marks.   

       And then there's [Max], who could apparently stand to get some more fiber in his diet, and should maybe go £ a few ^s.
ytk, Jan 06 2014

       (Looks † † @[ytk]).   

       This will never catch on. I wouldn't risk my ass on betting that this is so, but I'd gladly offer [8th]'s *
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 07 2014

       [+] Although somewhat similar to emoticons (but in a different way) I really like punctuation and would gladly like to use it for other purposes. That being said, I'd like to see some new punctuation marks being invented, but for now I must ---
xandram, Jan 07 2014

       So you`re saying I should put it in my | and smoke it?
not_morrison_rm, Jan 08 2014

       Verbal is tougher . .   

       I can pronounce a question mark and an explanation mark, but some punctuation is harder to state.   

       Say {((( )))} three times fast.
popbottle, Jan 08 2014


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