Capital word: Opposites attract. vs opposites attract.

  • In a word she is the complete opposite in temperament of Andrew. Here comes another cliche: Opposites attract.

Isn’t that part suppose to be “: opposites attract.”? Or it doesn’t matter either way?

Nice catch! I’d prefer “Opposites attract”, which is a sentence.

Come on Aikuzo, now you´re getting nitpicking.

I can´t imagine that there is a strong rule to follow whether to start texts after the colon with capital letter or not but forsomore I think the writer is free to use the opportunity of choosing the importance of the written and stressing the attention of the reader to the following saying.

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Hope it helps.