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Boom Goes The Dynamite The exclamation point is the big bang of the punctuation marks That petite line that hovers over that tiny dot represents such strong emotions for excitement anger or the act of being surprised Exclamation points add emphasis to sentences within writing they are also like the pizzazz in ones life Exclamation points show the zest in each and every person regardless of what type of personality Me being who I am and the personality I have I enjoy living life with a BANG Personalities are one of a kind theyre like snowflakes whipping in the white winters winds Ones personalities are different from their family their peers their nation and the rest of the world No one needs to be the same as another unique personalities are what make this world go around The world is like a giant machine and each person is a part that keeps it working properly Even I one in billions bring a special quality that helps the world keep turningI am no ordinary child Boring is an irrelevance about someone like myself I am outrageous and animated with everything I do I fancy what I touch to turn to gold and march on a grand path of sparkles Sometimes things are seen as unnecessary or unneeded like an extra part for a machine People view things I do as too much but I think I never can do enough I strive to do the absolute best and set that bar higher than most would I dont want to back down to society and be average I want to stand up and burst with courage to be the finestBursting with courage and exploding with the ambition to achieve great things is a strong emotion I feel each day An exclamation mark is that with the attitude to boast the strong emotion of a great mind set A question mark on the other hand is
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