#39: No Periods, All Exclamation Points, Occasional Question Marks

DDD #39 No Periods, All Exclamation Points, Occasional Question Marks

On this episode:
Close proximity is redundant, but you’re always in close proximity to someone who’s saying “close proximity.” Morgan tries to teach Linda about the undertones of certain emojis, even though she just wants a landline. Since this time of year can be tough, we discuss the idea of using writing to get out of your funk. Speaking of funk, we think Rihanna would make a great bridesmaid.

 

 

Links:
The Redundant “Close Proximity” Is Way More Beloved Than It Should Be, Slate
The 15 Most Hilariously Passive-Aggressive Emojis Ever, Thrillist
You Can Write Your Way Out of an Emotional Funk. Here’s How., nymag.com’s Science of Us


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