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Saturday, October 22, 2011

The verdict on sarcasm: 
Sarcasm should only be restricted to people who know how to use it right. I'm not a person who could ever use it in any context because I find it rude, according to the meaning it's to be used to mock. I have experienced sarcasm a number of time to know that people categorise being sarcastic and cracking a joke, the same. But it's not, it's an excuse for unwanted irony that usually turns out to be unnecessary and unfunny.

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