• anonymous
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?" To make fun of the manner of speaking that the writer is criticizing To show that questions are always appropriate To emphasize the speaker's confusion To show that the speaker does not know how to use punctuation
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  • Theloshua
The answer is A. The writer is criticizing this way of speaking and making fun of it, by implementing it.

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