The interrobang combines the functions of the question mark and the exclamation mark.
It was invented in 1962 by Martin K. Speckter, a journalist turned advertising executive, who disliked the ugliness of using multiple punctuation marks at the end of a sentence.
With so many things happening everyday that seem both questionable and alarming, it should only be a matter of time before the interrobang becomes a common part of our omnipresent electronic blather.
Since the internet has already revived the careers of previously unloved characters, such as @ and _, could the interrobang be next to be revived? SOURCE
Could the age of emojis be drawing to a close? One could only hope.