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Actually used to join related words. Not to be confused with an em dash, or a fucking period.

See, 14-year old girls confuse hyphens with periods and commas. They use it to end a sentence and/or split clauses; not even to indicate interruption.
Correct usage: People say it's a myth that the average American speaks 0.7 languages fluently, but with TikTok girls' bull-fuckery, it sounds about right.

Incorrect Usage: I disagree-
by Galactipod November 24, 2020

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A crudely-drawn version of Spiderman.

Character of the Uncle Dolan Show, a show where a group of crudely-drawn Disney characters do violent things, completely opposite of the actions of their friendly counterparts.
kid: r u sweg
spodrmen: yes im sweg u r fagit

gooby: i leik balz
dolan duk: shh herr cumz spodrmen
by Galactipod November 06, 2016

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An acronym of "good game", which is a term that "good sports" use at the end of a competitive game.
"gg everybody"
by Galactipod October 24, 2016

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Incorrect spelling of "your" and "you're" used by illiterate people with the mental capacity of a toddler who can't be bothered to spend a fraction of a second to correctly spell words, refusing to take advantage of modern technology, social advancements, and overall ability to learn how to fucking spell words correctly. If they weren't sipping on three-fourths-sugar mixtures that they wrongly call "coffee" and taking modern technology for granted, I'd say they were trying to hold on to the middle ages before public education became a thing.
Mentally-disabled fuckwad: omg ur so stupid
Decently-sapient fuckwad: Hypocrite.
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A horizontal line used to separate clauses within a sentence or to indicate the interruption of a sentence. Not to be confused with hyphens. Hyphens should not be used to separate clauses or interrupt sentences, and em-dashes should not be used to join related words within a clause.
Many people confuse em dashes — which are meant to separate clauses within a sentence or interrupt one — with hyphens.
by Galactipod November 24, 2020

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