“Prefer geniality to grammar.”
After his colonoscopy, she
made him a preposition.
He joined her with his semicolon
and made a mad dash for her—
fondling her nouns
till she agreed to the verb.
But the fool (let’s face it) had no comma sense.
No question mark needed: the sentence was harsh.
Her exclamation was right to the point.
She left him in the road with his modifier dangling.