Using Punctuation in an unusual or unexpected way; and therefore altering the overall meaning of the sentence - possibly with ironic undertones(!)
"I am enclosing a link to my photographs: Some are funny, others are not!" This is an example of Ironic Punctuation... the exclamation mark after the 'unfunny photographs' feels (somehow) peculiar.
作者 Znethru 2010年10月07日

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