If the flood of newcomers keeps up (hearty welcome, y'all!), I'll soon be able to count myself a forum eldergod.strawman wrote:What say ye eldergods?
With that in mind, my personal (and surely not countable) vote is that the occasional bending of the punctuation rule is acceptable. So long as it's kept occasional and doesn't feel cheap.
While I hew close to the rules here, when I go to post my twabbles on my blog, I edit them so that they are more artistically sound (and I don't call them twabbles). I'm more interested in the story being true to itself. The challenge of fitting that story into 100 characters is valid, but sometimes a little leeway is a good thing.
*snort* I literally laughed out loud for this one. Thankfully the roommates weren't paying attention.The PMS Avenger wrote:Bath & Body Works struggled to stay alive after the suprising failure of the "It Puts the Lotion on its Skin" ad campaign