During a visit for a routine examination, your humble hostess recorded the following important documentation at the Cleveland Clinic's Independence Family Health Center, where she did not encounter any families or independence, but she did encounter a number of informative signs.
Why didn't the "THANK YOU" in this sign garner a period while the "THANK YOU" in the previous sign did?
Bonus points for the underlining.
You seem awfully excited about this news!
And don't worry--ain't no way I'm opening that mutha.
Is this the hand sanitizer I'm supposed to use? Help.
Okay, but frankly, I don't even remember going on a date with him.
Not that it matters at this point, but can you please explain why you didn't capitalize "you" or "are?"
Apparently, this topic has you so flustered that it has erased your ability to punctuate or decide on whether or not to use all caps.
THE O'BRIEN DID NOT DUMP A BEVERAGE OF ANY KIND INTO THE SINK. YOU ARE GREATLY WELCOME.
Well thank God. I never would have noticed the 72 point font if you hadn't highlighted it.