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Darkword
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10 Dec 2010, 2:54 am

Never had a problem with this.

It's an excellent tool for expressing anger.


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10 Dec 2010, 3:32 am

I am extremely sarcastic.



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10 Dec 2010, 3:41 am

I'm a sarcastic person as well. Too bad on the internet it's quite a bit harder to detect sarcasm through just words.



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10 Dec 2010, 8:05 am

I don't have any problem with sarcasm.



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10 Dec 2010, 8:19 am

what is sarcasm really? i use innuendo's in metaphoric delineations of what i think a person is like, and i think that may be sarcasm.

but i never really understood what the term "sarcasm" means.
someone tell me what it means in a verbose way and i will reconsider my reply.



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10 Dec 2010, 8:27 am

b9 wrote:
what is sarcasm really? i use innuendo's in metaphoric delineations of what i think a person is like, and i think that may be sarcasm.

but i never really understood what the term "sarcasm" means.
someone tell me what it means in a verbose way and i will reconsider my reply.



It means saying one thing but meaning the exact opposite, and saying it in such a way that the person knows you mean the exact opposite (which differentiates it from lying).

I don't really use sarcasm much here, although I sometimes do when talking to people in person.



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10 Dec 2010, 9:07 am

I didn't know what sarcasm was until I started watching sitcoms.



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10 Dec 2010, 11:43 am

No, it's totally impossible for an autist to get sarcasm.

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10 Dec 2010, 11:54 am

Bluefins wrote:
No, it's totally impossible for an autist to get sarcasm.

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I'm assuming that was itself an example of sarcasm?



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10 Dec 2010, 1:10 pm

theexternvoid wrote:
Is it possible for an aspie to be good with sarcasm?

I know someone who thinks he's an aspie, seems to fit it fairly well, but he's great with sarcasm. It's his primary form of humor. Though his mom has the same sarcasm trait and I wonder if an aspie can master sarcasm naturally by being raised by a very sarcastic mom.


Yes. I am excellent with sarcasm.

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10 Dec 2010, 1:32 pm

its possible to have both


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