Monday, July 07, 2008

It. Is. So. Over.

All sorts of bloggers emphasize what they regard to be a particularily devastating and debate ending point by placing a period after each word or some combination of words in the money line. The idea is to convey a slow and emphatic recitation of the point. There is an example at the end of this post.

This is has now become wildly overused. It should be dropped. Now.

10 comments:

Jay Bullock said...

For me, it's "thrown under the bus." I could die happy if I never. Heard. That. Again.

Brian said...

AGREED!

Though it is pretty humorous to see you use it.

Brian said...

(In the context of this post.)

PaulNoonan said...

Thrown. Under. The. Bus.

Dad29 said...

Good. Luck. With. That.

Anonymous said...

Where's Foust's smartass commentary on this one?

James Wigderson said...

Can we get rid of the obnoxious intentional strike-out?

James Rowen said...

You have turned from crank to scold.
Lighten.
Up.

reddess said...

Would you please. Take. Out. The. Garbage.

Terrence Berres said...

Putting a period to the Period Period, so soon after The Century of the Comma Man?