The Oxford Dictionary defines Sarcasm as “the use of irony to mock or convey contempt” (Yes, I open up the dictionary sometimes). One can express sarcasm in numerous ways. It can be through your tone, behaviour, expressions, comments or just the eyes. Sarcasm has always been an important part of my life. No matter what, when, or why, I gotta be sarcastic. I agree it does annoy the hell out of a few people but at the end they accept defeat and laugh it away. There are a few people who don’t actually understand when one is being sarcastic and also people who can’t be sarcastic at all, such people need meds and deserve reservation for being stupid. Sarcasm creates humour which is very important if only you want a happy life.


I believe that only through humour one can stay positive and motivated the whole day. And I don’t think there is any other easier way than being sarcastic to bring in some humour. Look at me, I insult and humiliate people in a funny way all day and find no time to be sad and gloomy. If you are tired of something happening everyday again and again, then add in a pinch of sarcasm and see how things develop.

Sarcasm can also be used when you are angry or pissed with someone, ready to pull their hair off. It’s really fun. I call it Anger in Disguise. Imagine being sarcastic and the other guy has no clue what you’re talking about and wait for him or her to turn all red with anger. But do mind not to try this stunt against people who could crush you and hand you a couple of broken teeth.

So, go ahead and join the Sarcastic Side since the Force flows pretty strong here.


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