Which punctuation mark best
Question Mark ( ? ) – You
are cautious and always questioning. However, this means
your decision-making process is much more informed,
which helps keep you safe. Friends and family value your
advice and your ability to find deeper meanings. You are
most likely to clash with the Period, who rushes quickly
to judgment, whereas you are more hesitant.
Period ( . ) – You are decisive, complete and final.
You always have the last say and are often seen by your
peers as grounded. This makes you a popular choice as a
friend. You speak with conviction and can be blunt, but
your straightforward tone makes you easy to understand,
unlike the Comma, who has a difficult time knowing when
enough is enough.
Quotation Marks ( “ ” ) – Do you ever have your own
thoughts or opinions? You often seek advice from others
and tend to be a crowd-follower; however, you give
credit where credit is due, and this makes peers view
you as warm and friendly. You were voted “most likely to
avoid plagiarism” in high school, mainly because
reciting movie quotes and revealing their origins too
quickly was your forte. You have a deep appreciation and
understanding for the thoughts and ideas of others.
Exclamation Point ( ! ) – You are easily excitable,
loud and passionate. You are often the attention-getter
as you seek to inspire enthusiasm in others. Your peers
view you as motivated and vibrant; however, your good
intentions are sometimes seen as pushy and brash rather
than heartfelt. You tend to reason more with your heart
than with your head.
Comma ( , ) – Your personality shows you are the
glue that holds most relationships together, even though
you feel you are often forgotten and misunderstood by
your peers. Friends tend to turn to you too much (or not
enough), causing you to feel used or underappreciated at
times. In order to cope with this, you always seem to be
adding more, more, more and more to your life.
Apostrophe ( ’ ) – You are possessive.
Ellipsis (…) – You tend to be lazy and were voted
“most likely to skip” in high school. Your conversations
are never dull because of your many random thoughts,
though you often trail off before finishing sentences or
ideas. You may not have your life together, but you have
the uncanny ability to pull the thoughts of others
together, creating logical, new and often intriguing
points of discussion…