Thank You in 30 Different Languages This shows how some things might not look the same or even sound similar across different languages but are still expressed. "Thank you" is a universal concept, it is important to people to be able to express gratitude.
I like the snark mark. Although how many people would understand it? You can say stuff like "I don't like the snark mark: ~". ~ And then people start looking for pictures in the punctuation. So I'll never use the snark mark.
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