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An illustration of sarcasm

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SARCASM: An illustration

SARCASM:- “A sharp, bitter, or cutting expression or remark; a bitter gibe or taunt.” More contemporary definitions often emphasize the false, mocking praise and verbal irony of sarcasm rather than its malicious or scornful intent. However, the etymology of the word “sarcasm” clearly indicates that wounding was (at least historically) the primary point. The word comes from the late Latin sarcasmus, derived from the Greek sarkasmos (“a sneer, jest, taunt, mockery”) and sarkazein (“to speak bitterly, sneer”–literally, “to strip off the flesh” or “to bite the lips in rage”). – Sarcasm Society

An illustration of sarcasm
I've got your back!

“It’s always darkest before it turns absolutely pitch black.”
Paul Newman

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Stop following me!

“History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives.” – Abba Eban

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In great shape

“How do you feel about women’s rights? I like either side of them.” – Groucho Marx

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Wanted poster

“Sometimes I need what only you can provide: your absence.”
Ashleigh Brilliant

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Always give 100% at work

“I never forget a face, but in your case I’ll be glad to make an exception.” – Groucho Marx

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Funny bunnies

“Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.” – Oscar Wilde

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“Reader, suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself.” – Mark Twain

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What women want

“I believe in luck: how else can you explain the success of those you don’t like?” – Jean Cocteau

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Bad, good, perfect

“I find it rather easy to portray a businessman. Being bland, rather cruel and incompetent comes naturally to me.” – John Cleese

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