dithyrambic.

dith-uh-RAM-bik\ , adjective;
1. Wildly enthusiastic.
2. Wildly irregular in form.
3. Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a dithyramb.
Origin:
Dithyrambic  is ultimately from dithyrambos , a word of unknown origin but associated with Greek, meaning “a wild choric hymn, originally in honor of Dionysus.”
Hey!!!!!!  Hope you’re all doing as well as I am!!!!!!!
In 2010, all one has to do to appear completely dithyrambic is to add multiple exclamation points.  Sometimes, they go as far to add other symbols:  Happy Birthday~~~$$%@@**!!!!!!
I can see this written out on wide ruled paper with glitter pens.  I don’t miss that girl very often, she had her time, and now the glitter ink has run out.
!!!!!!**^32
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