The interrobang (often represented by ?!, !?, ?!? or !?!) is an unconventional punctuation mark used in various written languages and intended to combine the functions of the question mark, or interrogative point; and the exclamation mark, or exclamation point, known in the jargon of printers and programmers as a "bang". The interrobang was first proposed in 1962 by Martin K. Speckter.
The interrobang's ascent to glory could take some time. Most keyboards still have no dedicated key for an @ sign, which is something most of us have used many times a day for two decades. Summoning a hash sign is still a pain, too, while the useless \, whose existence I resent almost as much as that of the tilde, sits there lording it up with its own key.
When I build an interface, I want you to feel in control, not being commanded. I want it to be yours, not mine. I don't want to want it, I want you to want to use it.
Think about a time when you felt like your true self. You could be with your family or friends who completely accept you, or performing a hobby that you enjoy immensely and can lose yourself in. You feel at ease, blissful, void of judgement because you can shake any preconceived notions of who you are, who you are supposed to be, and just be.
On the movie The Gentlemen
"guy ritchie jerking off and smelling his c*m for almost two hours. loved it!"
On the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
"Ferris grew up to be Brett Kavanaugh, Cameron grew up to run Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, and Sloane is managing editor for Vanity Fair."