GUESTBREAKER: Your Misuse of Quotation MarksYou sent me an email that said you had “good news”. Just like that, “good news”. What does that even mean? Doesn’t that imply you’re being sarcastic? Is it not actually good or not actually news? Are you quoting someone? You’re “stupid”.
A Guest Dealbreaker written by Karen.

GUESTBREAKER: Your Misuse of Quotation Marks

You sent me an email that said you had “good news”. Just like that, “good news”. What does that even mean? Doesn’t that imply you’re being sarcastic? Is it not actually good or not actually news? Are you quoting someone? You’re “stupid”.

A Guest Dealbreaker written by Karen.

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