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Welcome, One and All, to The Nationale Sarkasmusgesellschaft, A.K.A. The National Sarcasm Society.




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This one was found out and about by me, [Daemeon Arkenyon Zane]... It is so blatantly anti-american/anti-bush, and sarcastic, that I just had to put it here.... Comments, please...





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2006-02-27 [Daemeon Arkenyon Zane]: I'll be getting this wiki under way shortly, so bear with me, anyone who gives a shit...

2006-03-02 [Astra]: gives you some shit

2006-03-09 [Ulaan]: and .....now what?

2006-03-11 [Daemeon Arkenyon Zane]: Jen, m'dear, now i begin to add things, such as sarcastic sayings, etc... maybe some other things, of which you could provide since you have such wonderful talent....

2006-03-13 [Ulaan]: was that sarcasm? :P

2006-03-13 [Daemeon Arkenyon Zane]: Hardly... I was wondering if perhaps you could do a political comic for me :P (Anti-Americanism, etc, with a sarcastic twist)

2006-03-14 [Ulaan]: How can you talk about Anti-Americanism with out sarcasm

2006-03-14 [Daemeon Arkenyon Zane]: lmao too true, m'dear, too true....

2006-03-20 [Ego Diligo Tu]: *giggles* not much sarcasm goi8ng on here

2006-03-21 [Daemeon Arkenyon Zane]: not yet... i havent got it going :P

2006-03-24 [Ulaan]: Sarcasm is sneering, jesting, or mocking a person, situation or thing. It is often used in a humorous or ironic manner and is expressed through vocal intonations such as over-emphasizing the actual statement or particular words.The word comes from the late Latin word, sarcasmus, which, in turn, comes from the Greek sarkasmos, from sarkazein - to bite the lips in rage,- from sarx, sark-, flesh - the root word literally means "to cut a piece of flesh (from the targeted person).

2006-03-24 [Ulaan]: The term is frequently misused as a synonym for irony. Irony refers however to the literal meaning and the intended meaning of the words uttered being different, while sarcasm refers to the mocking intent of the utterance.It is possible to be ironic without being sarcastic, and to be sarcastic without being ironic. For example, one can make a statement which, while sarcastic, is the same as (not the opposite of) the literal thought expressed: No, believe it or not, I can't read your mind! Sarcasm is also regularly confused with cynicism, which in common use is seen as a fundamental nihilistic attitude toward other people and life in general, whereas sarcasm can also be used to express

2006-03-24 [Ulaan]: positive ideas or sentiments

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