1. bristlehound says:

    Imagine a ‘Big Bang’ today. How could we describe it in writing?
    I have a friend and he loves to dress down and spend little. We tell him that in the case of a recession he has nowhere to cut back. Much the same with describing an event such as the said ‘Bang’. What’s left to use?
    Big Bang!!!!!!!!!! – Big Bang>>>[]
    Big Bang¥¥¥¥¥!
    We are headed for a period of conservative fashion simply because our brightest, bestest, cleverestes, cheapestest and dearestestest, have all been there and done that.
    Possibly the next ‘Big Bang’ could be reported as:
    Yesterday there was a noise.

    1. Joe Linker says:

      !Metabigbang! When raindrops were commas.

  2. Dan Hennessy says:

    Punctuation is an odd word

    1. Joe Linker says:

      Thanks for pointing that out, bringing it to a point. Might any word take on odd shapes depending on context?

  3. Ein Punkt – grundlegendes Element der Geometrie … Der Schlusspunkt steht am Ende eines Ganzsatzes … kleiner [kreisrunder] Fleck, Tupfen … lateinisch punctum, eigentlich = das Gestochene; eingestochenes … die Sterne erscheinen am Nachthimmel als helle Pünktchen …
    though none of them are full stops.

    1. Joe Linker says:

      Nichts kommt voll stopp (nothing comes full stop [I thnk]). Pause,

      1. a spiral would suit best

        1. Joe Linker says:

          spiral gyre galaxy, or go lazy, depending on how it[apostrophe]s punctuated

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