I'm in the process of reading and evaluating a manuscript. It's taken longer than it ought. In fact, I'm late in turning it in because . . . well . . . the manuscript is horrendous. The plot is abysmal, the character is whiny and angsty blech, and the spelling is worse than a fifth grader's.
I have decided that I must look at the silver lining of spelling humor.
"She said Emma is in a comma, which is good because she can heal better and pain free, but bad because comma's are always scary."I think, amen, brother. A. Men. Better to be in a comma than to be in a full stop.* I mean, commas are just a pause, a connection between this and that. But full stops are permanent. Fin.
I'm not sure why the character thinks commas are always scary. A bit daunting perhaps, but not scary. You want scary, you should try semi-colons.
*I'm using British terminology here because I don't even want to get into other meanings and unintended interpretations of period.