October 17, 2006

Sarcasm

Sarcasm is very useful, but it can sometime be hard to work out if someone is being sarcastic if,
1, You don’t know the person very well.
2, Can’t see their face to interpret their facial and tonal expressions.
3, Both of the above due to them writing a blog.
It’s handy that blogs have sarcasm tags that clearly explain when people are being sarcastic.
Please take note to use them or at least explain that you are being sarcastic.


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  1. Allan Smith

    I always felt that it’s only those who aren’t very good at sarcasm that need to actively point out when they’re doing it.

    17 Oct 2006, 15:16

  2. Yeah, right(!)

    17 Oct 2006, 19:21


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