Strange SQL Server Error/Warning

I have created a stored procedure in SQL Server 2012. The procedure works fine and does execute, but I'm just curious, why is it showing this squiggly line below the procedure name?

Below is the image showing my stored procedure:


Unfortunately, intellisense in SSMS isn't the greatest. This stored proc must be new and SSMS hasn't "learned" about it yet, even though it clearly exists. If you were to close SSMS and reopen it, you wouldn't have this issue. I have been so frustrated with intellisense in SSMS that I've been tempted to just turn it off.

You can also press Ctrl + Shift + R to refresh the local intellisense cache, and that should take care of it.

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