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Officially Endorsing the Em Dash



Land of the Em Dash

Couples fight about a lot of things, I'm sure. Eliza and I argue about whether it is imperative I only use em dashes in my blog posts.

With this post, I'm officially solely adopting and endorsing the Em Dash, which, according to The Punctuation Guide, is "perhaps the most versatile punctuation mark." (Suck on that, en dash.)

For more on this topic, including the source of the image you see above, take a gander at this informative and mildly amusing blog post.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 07 January, 2016 em dash | 1 comment
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  • Eliza Wood-Obenauf - January 08, 2016

    Eliza likes that Eliza won. Boom!

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