“It’s 'Top ‘O the Muffin’ to you, not 'Top ‘O the Muffin’ to youuuuuuuu!” -Elaine Benes
The Exclamation Mark is meant to convey a sense of urgency, or an interjection of pain, fear, or excitement; it should be used on rare occasions.
It is not a one-for-one substitute for a period, as has become the norm here, especially in thread titles. Rare is the instance where urgency or great excitement need be conveyed in a thread title or reply. Really, you are extremely excited that you’re introducing your VA roster? I see you started a new ATC Thread. That isn’t even a sentence, just a description, so it doesn’t even require punctuation, much less three exclamation marks.
Then there are the replies. There is a like button on every post. Try using that. If you feel you must reply, the sentence for which you’re looking is “I like this.” or “I agree.” Not, “I agree with this!!!” Really? You like it with the power of a thousand suns? You’re so excited about this mundane topic you’re about to pop? You’re thrilled to death that you get to artificially boost your reply count by contributing nothing which advances the conversation?
Treat them as antibiotics. If you use then for everything, they lose any effect.
While we’re at it, there are questions and not-questions. A and not-A. There are not different tiers of questions.
This is not a thing. It doesn’t exist. You either have a question or you don’t. There aren’t questions, medium questions, and super questions.
Also, question marks go at the end of sentences which are themselves questions, not declarative sentences indicating you have a question.
Correct: “Is the sky blue?”
Incorrect: “I have a question?” Or “Question?” [The second of these is doubly wrong, in that it is neither a question, nor a sentence, so the punctuation mark is wrong on all counts.]