Funny right? or Funny, right?
Did you get the difference between my first two sentences?
The first sentence “Funny right?” means that the right side is funny, whereas the second sentence “Funny, right?” simply means that I am asking for an affirmation from you that these pictures are funny.
By the way, even the meaning of my title changes if I add a comma. Take a look:
Still, think punctuation isn’t important?
This statement means that I am insisting that in spite of that you THINK that punctuation isn’t so important.
Isn’t Punctuation just too important? It can change the entire meaning of a sentence.
Now, do you see what’s wrong with the pictures above? Do you still think commas aren’t important? Where should the commas have been added?