Ever been surprised by a question? Then the interrobang is the punctuation mark for you!
A few points from Wiki: American Martin K. Speckter invented the interrobang in 1962.
He chose the name to reference the punctuation marks that inspired it: interrogatio is Latin for “a rhetorical question” or “cross-examination”; bang is printers’ slang for the exclamation point.
Microsoft provides several versions of the interrobang character as part of the Wingdings 2 character set (on the right bracket and tilde keys) available with Microsoft Office.
I now have a new punctuation to use with my favorite punctuation – the ampersand.
What will we learn next!?!