Klyde Warren Park Twitter Feed To Cause Exclamation Mark Shortage

I follow Klyde Warren Park on Twitter because it is a neighbor of ours. And because I enjoy hanging out there. But the park’s Twitter feed gives me great concern. The park exists in a perpetual state of excitement, as evidenced by its profligate use of exclamation marks (see examples below). I mean, the parek even gets excited about sadness.

I beseech you, Klyde Warren Park. Please leave a few exclamation marks for the rest of us. Think of the children! Surely you don’t want them to grow up in a world bereft of exclamation marks. Just to the right of the comma key, you’ll find the punctuation you need. Like the heavens above and my love for thee, our supply of periods is nearly limitless.