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Did he get a place at both Cambridge and Oxford?
That is next to impossible, as he doesn't play the organ
Maybe he does it secretly.
He's going to Oxbridge!
Shut up, it's Camford, the word Oxbridge doesn't exist in my world. Why should Oxford's ox come first anyway?!!
No...just more funny people
Camford is entertaining...but not always
And why should it's ford come last?
I don't want to do this. But since it is you visesh, I'll have go at it. The Italic format is considered to be a weaker format than normal, which in turn is weaker than bold. So, if you really do mean what you have said, you should have used bold instead. Therefore, my conclusion is that you comment was a mere expression of sarcasm.
In books (you Do read don't you?) italics are used to emphasize a word. I don't see how it makes anything sound weaker. Any way, think what you want, anything I say is open to your interpretation.
Equally you could have used bold. Bold is stronger when it comes to emphasise a word.
But it is not usually the method employed to imply emphasis.
You know damn well who **** is. Learn how to emphasise, harder.