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Sarcastic Sunday



noun \ˈsär-ˌka-zəm\

: the use of words that mean the opposite of what you really want to say especially in order to insult someone, to show irritation, or to be funny

What better way to insult someone than with sarcasm? You can express your feelings and opinions towards someone or a topic without causing conflicts. It’s brilliant! Best part is, the other person will most likely take your sarcasm literally. It’s the perfect tool that has both qualities of being mean and nice. Although I’m terrible at using sarcasm, I personally love sarcastic people. Even though sarcasm is intended as an insult, it adds a funny touch to it. You don’t need profanity to make your argument “better”, all you need is sarcasm. You’ll be surprised by how the other person will react to it. It wouldn’t make sense if the other person got mad since you had “good intentions” and if they take it to literal meaning it’ll be much more satisfying knowing that they don’t have the knowledge to be able to comprehend what your true intentions. Use sarcasm to your best ability! Use with caution.


– Angie

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