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15 Apr 2008, 7:16 pm

My ex boyfriend did hurtful sarcasm. When I be serious, he be all sarcastic and my mother told me what he did was hurtful.



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15 Apr 2008, 7:20 pm

Bad boyfriend! Shame :shameonyou: person I have no met who hurt someone who likes benny and joon and is therefore inherently good.



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15 Apr 2008, 7:37 pm

i love sacasim! when its a apropriate...but im finding it hard to know when it isnt apropriate lol

the really anoyin thing is msn/intrenet is monotone and u cant tell when someone is being sacastistic online
its really anoyin

(that wasnt sacasm....SEE IT HELPS) :D


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15 Apr 2008, 7:44 pm

Saying what people mean is what we get, everything else not so much. Some people don't think we get sarcasm. We do we just don't show it. Like you don't like it, you probally hear, "I'm only kidding". We know we just don't like it.
If in a comical sense I don't like stupid jokes that have no point and are 'illogical'. I find myself a very logical person.



15 Apr 2008, 7:54 pm

Viola wrote:
Bad boyfriend! Shame :shameonyou: person I have no met who hurt someone who likes benny and joon and is therefore inherently good.



Is B&J your favorite movie too? Is it your obsession?



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15 Apr 2008, 7:56 pm

Spokane_Girl wrote:
Viola wrote:
Bad boyfriend! Shame :shameonyou: person I have no met who hurt someone who likes benny and joon and is therefore inherently good.



Is B&J your favorite movie too? Is it your obsession?


Well OBVIOUSLY :lol:
(no disrespect intended Spokane_Girl)



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15 Apr 2008, 7:57 pm

Not absolute favorite movie, but definately up there. Most people I know haven't watched it.



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15 Apr 2008, 7:59 pm

wob182 wrote:
i love sacasim! when its a apropriate...but im finding it hard to know when it isnt apropriate lol

the really anoyin thing is msn/intrenet is monotone and u cant tell when someone is being sacastistic online
its really anoyin

(that wasnt sacasm....SEE IT HELPS) :D


And I *Love* it when people intentionally mispell! :mrgreen:
Why surely it makes you look just too cool. :roll:



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15 Apr 2008, 8:03 pm

screw you. I have spelling prolems i always have

you know what i really cant be bothered spellchecking.

also i have dyslexia (which is really ironically a hard word to spell)


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15 Apr 2008, 8:07 pm

wob182 wrote:
screw you. I have spelling prolems i always have

you know what i really cant be bothered spellchecking.

also i have dyslexia (which is really ironically a hard word to spell)


Awww, Im just playin with ya wob182! :lol:

But NOW you see what I mean by how sarcasm is used in conversations to laugh at others expense(not saying this to you
wob182 specifically, but to the the rest of them peeps lookin @ this thread ;) )



15 Apr 2008, 8:09 pm

That was an example of hurtful sarcasm.



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15 Apr 2008, 8:11 pm

D1nk0 wrote:
wob182 wrote:
screw you. I have spelling prolems i always have

you know what i really cant be bothered spellchecking.

also i have dyslexia (which is really ironically a hard word to spell)


Awww, Im just playin with ya wob182! :lol:

But NOW you see what I mean by how sarcasm is used in conversations to laugh at others expense(not saying this to you
wob182 specifically, but to the the rest of them peeps lookin @ this thread ;) )


yeah well hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ok then
apoligy acspeted (when spellchecked it is... apology accepted) woow i am sucha great speller (sarcasm)


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15 Apr 2008, 8:16 pm

Spokane_Girl wrote:
That was an example of hurtful sarcasm.


Yes, and what was ironic was that I didnt know that wob182 is dyslexic :oops: .
I thought that *she* was being sarcastic by intentionally mispelling. But this
IS the problem with sarcasm is that it can be misintepreted as being an intentional insult.



15 Apr 2008, 10:50 pm

Well you shouldn't put people down for not spelling everything correctly. You don't know if they have a learning disability or not.



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15 Apr 2008, 10:52 pm

That movie sucked ASS.

No need to weed out the sarcasm; there isn't any.



15 Apr 2008, 11:44 pm

What movie?