Unnecessary “Quotes”

There are a staggering number of unnecessary quotes in the assorted writings presented from the instructors and educators that are new or struggling with this new-fangled “interwebz” thing.

Every single time that I see something wrapped in inverted commas, my eye starts twitching and everything.

So, instead–and I’ve no idea why I didn’t do this before–I’ve begun interpreting those unnecessary quotes as sarcasm quotes.

Adds a whole new meaning and entertainment to the writer’s message.

You’re welcome.

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