If you mean mocking as in imitating you - then yes. But, not in the - "I was trying to be mean to you" way.
I typically use italics when there's an obvious and deeper meaning to my words.
To be honest, I was just a little bit annoyed when you said that - because it felt as if you bypassed my complete point and targeted something else.
It may have been something to have pointed out, but I built in redundancy for a reason ... that's all :/
I'm not mad at you personally, as I'm already pretty much over it.
The reason why I re-wrote what you said was to tie in to the importance of being repetitive. I also wrote it so that in case you were to get offended by my words, to realize that it wasn't my intention.
So, it served two purposes - basically.
btw, since I'm not sure what you meant by repeating what I said in this thread
it almost looked like you were mocking me, which would be kind of ironic
also just pointing something out