In fact, I think it can be quite beautiful and quite necessary to toss grammar and punctuation into the hog pen. First, you have to establish your mastery of these rules before you break them, just so people don't accuse you of being ignorant of them. Picasso, in his early career, painted humans that actually looked like humans, so people knew he had such capabilities when he transcended into cubist hallucinogenic masterworks which intentionally defied the traditional arrangement of the human form. They knew then that the defiance was intentional. The same applies to writers who want to discard syntax and simple rules. It's a fantastic. deliciously post-modern and meaningful stylistic choice that can make a reader really work for their money... which can only be a good thing in my humble, avantgarde little mind.
I'm partial to List of the Lost. If time won't make it a cult classic, I'm going to have to take charge.
Biased? C'est moi?
ANYWAY (no comma) grammar and punctuation is (not "are") not important in social media (no period)
*It's so awful, having to explain your tedious "joke" in tedious interjecting parentheses... It must be nice being funny.