I'd sympathize with her if she were talking about employers complaining because she actually said "y'all" while speaking, especially in a job interview or any other nervousness situation. But maintaining a professional tone in an email is far easier. And making a point of using multiple exclamation points when she knows that violates professional norms is, as you pointed out, proof that no matter how stupid these idiots get, they always manage to find a way to out-stupid themselves.Just when I think Arielle has proven the depths of her stupidity, she surprises me anew. Good lord. This is a woman who has whined on Twitter about how impossible it is for her to get a job due to not having a car and having disabling arthritis, and who has described her living situation as so horribly toxic and abusive that she needs to get out. Yet here she is, willfully throwing away a chance to earn some money of her own because she can't stop being a stupid teenager with a bratty attitude long enough to even get hired.
Hey, Arielle! Next time you and your friends check this thread, here's some advice for you: using lots of exclamation points doesn't mean you're fighting injustice or uplifting oppressed minorities, and it's not cute or quirky. It doesn't make you a cool badass who lives by her own code; extra punctuation is just really fucking annoying. See?
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Hey, Arielle!!! Next time you and your friends check this thread, here's some advice for y'all! Using lots of exclamation points doesn't mean you're fighting injustice! Or uplifting oppressed minorities! And it's not cute or quirky! It doesn't make you a cool badass who lives by her own code! Extra punctuation is just really fucking annoying!!!!! See????