From the culinary imagineers behind setting sweet potatoes that look like charcoal on fire, and noodles made from chicken:
Chocolate, Pumpkin Pie
I'm tempted to fly to Chicago just to try it.
[at the sky] "I already followed up Never Let Me Go with a Kia ad in which hamsters and space marines dance to LMFAO!"
Another mark, now obscure, is the point d'ironie, sometimes known as a "snark." A back-to-front question mark, it was deployed by the 16th-century printer Henry Denham to signal rhetorical questions. More recently, the difficulty of detecting irony and sarcasm in electronic communication has prompted fresh calls for a revival of the point d'ironie.
I think I'll begin using them. I'm sure Josh in Bloomington will dig it