Not that kind of “period.” The period that ends a sentence. Or in this case, unleashes armageddon on an entire line of discussion and debate, or backtalk festivals and whiney begging campaigns, in the case of children and politicians.
When you’re trying to give a final answer on a subject that won’t seem to end, don’t lob a STFU grenade, it’ll just blow up in your face. The person who was just meanly grinding away at your composure will only immediately adopt a wounded expression and say something like, “How… how could you say that to me?”
So, don’t get mad or frustrated and blow your top. Use the Super Mega PERIOD. It is no ordinary punctuation mark. It is the A-bomb of all symbols, and marks the final and absolute end. Call it a peace-and-quiet-maker if you will. KaBOOM!
Be careful though. Sometimes its awesome power can cause a shock wave that has trees leaning away and bystanders ducking and covering behind mailboxes. Use it responsibly and use it sparingly.
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