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anonymous

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Please help!! thank you! These lines of poetry from "Totally like whatever, you know?" are most likely stated as a question for what purpose? "Invisible question marks and parenthetical (you know?)'s have been attaching themselves to the ends of our sentences?" 1: to make fun of the manner of speaking that the writer is criticizing. 2: To show the questions are always appropriate 3: To emphasize the speakers confusion 4: To show that the speakers doesn't know punctuation.

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