a nonstandard English-language punctuation mark intended to combine the functions of the question mark and the exclamation point. The ligature is a superimposition of those two marks.
alternatively, this is what I feel like when filling out graduate school applications.
(Yeah, I know interrobang just sounds just soooo dirty, giggling like a 12-year-old boy is often encouraged!)
It is my nonstandard day (hence nonstandard punctuation).
I don't have work. I don't have class. It is my first day completely "off" since Labor Day. It's been a "break" in the making (so to speak). I've been counting it down. I've been dreaming about it. Now that IT is finally here...
Happy Fall Break, Y'all!
--officially crossed a graduate school off my list (my issues/decision)
--"applied" as much as currently possible to
--printed out a lot of information for my "recommenders"
--watched too much CNN
--learned a new punctuation mark (like I have researched it even)
I have not:
--left the house
--made my bed
--put on "real" clothes (although I have showered)
--written or edited anything!
Of course, I shall be writing or editing or napping soon enough.
(verbal pronunciation of the title of this post: "tilda.amphora.hash.dollar.percent.caret.ampersand.asterix")