Consider the ambiguity of the following sentence:
"I lost my tooth."
We don't have enough information to tell whether or not this is a good thing or a bad thing.
We can use some of the tools above to help convey the tone.
"OH NO, I LOST MY TOOTH!!"
"Good riddance, wobbly tooth!"
"I lost my tooth! It wasn't a popcorn kernel after all."
"The taste of blood and the feeling of a tooth rolling around my mouth like a popcorn kernel, left me without an appetite."
"I lost my tooth! It's my first one."
"I lost my tooth on picture day, and as I sat on the barstool in front of the lights and cameras, I couldn't be happier."
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