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I do hope he is not in charge of teenagers as his brand of sarcasm is one they hate and is unfair.
Sarcasm is, of course, the lowest form of wit, if you exclude Ronnie Corbett, but Mourinho does a nice line in it.
These sanctions are already a bore, they truly cause a sense of irony and even sarcasm.
The 11-year-old doesn't know about the drug and sex allegations that led to Angus leaving HIGNFY in 2002 and doesn't care about royal babies but he loves the actor's sarcasm.
But a new study published by Frontiers in Psychology has suggested that kids can learn more by having the ability to differentiate sarcasm from a literal statement.
Washington, Oct 9 ( ANI ): A new study suggests that the greater the empathy skills of children, the easier it is for them to recognize sarcasm.
But sarcasm remains a form more often achieved through tone of voice than in imagery.
gE-gE) Ridicule with extreme and pure sarcasm, where the recipient of the sarcasm has done something clearly offensive or completely unnecessary.
STEVE Payne (Letters, June 16) appears to believe that sarcasm is a form of humour quite acceptable in polite company.
His sarcasm has not gone down well on the continent and an anti-Norton internet campaign was launched in Albania after he slagged off a teenage contestant.
video blog, with a pinch of sarcasm and straight from the heart.
My comment on the radio after the race was an example of Australian sarcasm - either at its best or worst depending on how you choose to take it.